Gender, Peace & Security Analyst
Creation of Peace Clubs across Ghana
Ms. Baiden works on gender responsive peacebuilding and has contributed extensively to the National Commission on Small Arms & Light Weapons - Ghana, in review of gaps in the national arms legislation. She consults for SheDreams Africa, a civil society organization, on gender, youth and securiy issues. Beatrice doubles as Public Affairs Manager of the Gaming Commission of Ghana. Prior to this, she worked as a broadcast journalist with Global Media Alliance (e.TV Ghana) and Ghana Broadcasting Corporation respectively, where she covered stories in Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria and South Africa. She is an Institute For Economics & Peace Alumni and a Thomson Reuters Foundation Alumni. Ms. Baiden holds a Master of Advanced Studies in International & European Security from the University of Geneva, Switzerland and a Leadership in International Security Certificate from the Geneva Center for Security Policy. She holds a second Masters in Gender, Peace and Security from the Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Centre in Ghana and a bachelor's in Communication Studies from the Ghana Institute of Journalism. She is committed to be part of a clout of international experts who work to promote sustainable peace that transcends borders.
Ghana peace education
Beatrice is developing and implementing a public advocacy campaign and series of platforms to promote peace education in Ghana, with a focus on youth and women, under the title Promoting Local Ownership of Sustainable Peace in Ghana.