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研究生:簡寶菈
研究生(外文):Bolor Ganbold
論文名稱:女性在聯合國維和任務的參與和領導角色-亞洲視角的障礙
論文名稱(外文):Women’s Participation and Leadership Rolein United Nations Peacekeeping Operations-Barriers of an Asian Perspective
指導教授:高佩珊高佩珊引用關係
指導教授(外文):Kao, Pei-Shan
口試委員:蔡季廷沈明室
口試委員(外文):Tsai, Chi-TingShen, Ming-Shi
口試日期:2021-04-12
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:國防大學
系所名稱:戰略研究所
學門:社會及行為科學學門
學類:國際事務學類
論文種類:學術論文
論文出版年:2021
畢業學年度:109
語文別:英文
論文頁數:76
中文關鍵詞:聯合國維和任務女性
外文關鍵詞:United Nations Peacekeeping OperationsWomen
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傳統上,在男性主導的公共安全組織(例如軍事,警察和安全部門)中,女性遇到了阻礙其升職機會的成功障礙。在過去的30年中,維持治安和軍方職位的女性人數和領導職位的女性人數有所增加,但在聯合國卻並非如此,特別是在維持和平職位上,婦女仍處於入門級。
本文是對女性軍人參加聯合國維和特派團的貢獻和麵臨的挑戰進行的分析。它介紹了為什麼值得更多的女性參與,並提供了一些建議。此外,在聯合國文職人員的職位上,女性似乎已晉升到一定級別,但是卻被高層的軍事服務所吸引。這項研究的目的是探究女性執法人員對維和行動的障礙,特別是為什麼聯合國女性沒有晉升為軍事職位上的領導職位的原因。具體而言,該研究集中於三個亞洲國家的女性維和人員的經歷。
本文的主要調查結果涉及在聯合國和平行動中部署的穿制服的女性的人數,例如:特遣隊、出差軍事專家、參謀人員。
本文將考慮增強女性在維持和平行動中的作用,對女性維持和平人員執行障礙以及以不同方式取得的成就的價值。最後,它考察了印度尼西亞,尼泊爾,蒙古的女性維和人員所作貢獻的一個具體例子。
Traditionally, women in male-dominated public safety organizations, such as military, police and security sectors, have experienced barriers to their success that influence their promotion opportunities. The number of women in the ranks and in leadership positions in policing and the military has increased over the past 30 years in the world, but this has not been true in the United Nations, especially in the peacekeeping position women have remained at entry level.
This thesis is an analysis on the contributions and challenges of military women participation in UN peacekeeping missions. It presents why it is worthwhile to have more female participation, and provides a number of recommendations. In addition, in the United Nations civilian posts, women seem to progress to certain levels of leadership, but to be siphoned off from the upper echelons of military service. The purpose of this study was to explore the barriers of women enforcement to the PKOs , particularly why women in the UN have not ascended into positions of leadership within military positions. Specifically, the research focused on three Asian countries female peacekeepers experience.
The main findings of this paper with regard to the representation of uniformed women deployed in UN peace operations such as (a) contingent troops, (b) military experts on mission (MEMs), and (c) staff officers.
This paper will consider the value of enhancing women's role in the peacekeeping operations, barriers of enforcement for female peacekeepers and achievements taken by different ways. Finally, it looks at a specific example of the contribution of female peacekeepers from Indonesia, Nepal, Mongolia.

Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 The Evolution of Women’s Participation in PKOs
Chapter 3 Barriers for Women’s Participation in PKOs
Chapter 4 Lesson’s from The Three Countries (Nepal, Indonesia and Mongolia)
Chapter 5 Conclusion
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