This recording is part of a new endeavour at the Governance Post, the Shaping Tomorrow podcast. The motto of the Hertie School is ‘Understanding Today, Shaping Tomorrow’. With this podcast, we aim to talk to tomorrow’s policymakers to get their views on all that concerns our world today.
In this episode, Natalie Petit talks with Prof. Dr. Marina Henke, the Director for the Center for International Security at the Hertie School. They talk about the challenges that women face in policy-making fields, particularly within the International Security community and their ideas on how these can be overcome.
Views expressed by the speaker(s) do not represent the Hertie School.
Marina Henke is Professor of International Relations at the Hertie School and Director of the Centre for International Security. She researches and publishes on military interventions, peacekeeping, nuclear security and European security and defense policy.
Natalie Petit is a Master of Public Policy student at the Hertie School. As a dual-degree student, she earned a Master of International Relations degree last year from Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University. Her academic and research interests span issues of international security and conflict, illicit transnational networks, and post-conflict reconstruction, and she hopes to bridge these interests in her future career.