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Esben Aass

Defence Attaché

Royal Norwegian Embassy

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Royal Norwegian Embassy

Background Information

Employment History

Head

Military Academy Secretariat


Defense Attaché

Romanian Embassy


Attaché, Colonel

Norwegian Defence University College


Web References(5 Total References)


Advanced Seminar on Gender Equality Held for Teaching Staff at Serbia’s Military Academy - News - SEESAC.org

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Esben Aass, Defence Attaché of the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Belgrade; and Col. Miloljub Sretenovic, Head of the Military Academy Secretariat.


ceas-serbia.org

Some of the prominent participants included representatives of the Ministry of Defense - Zoran Putica and Nebojša Lovric (Military Security Agency - VBA), Andrej Bojic, Advisor at the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia, MPs Miroljub Stojcic (SPS) and Borisav Kovacevic (PUPS), Marko Jovanovic, Senior Advisor at the Ombudsman's Office, Esben Aass, Defense Attaché of the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Belgrade, Cedomir Voinov, Defense Attaché of the Romanian Embassy in Belgrade, Tom Kelly, Director of the National Democratic Institute, Fayez Risheg, EULEX Liaison Officer, Dragana Ilic from the Rockefeller Brother's Foundation, Aleksandra Joksimovic, President of the Center for Foreign Policy, and many more.
Tom Kelly, National Democratic Institute Director and Esben Aass, Defense Attaché of the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Belgrade


Recommendations of the Study on the Position of Women in the Armed Forces in the WB to be Implemented in Montenegro - News - SEESAC.org

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In addition to Chairperson of the Gender Equality Committee of the Parliament of Montenegro, Ms. Nada Drobnjak, the session was also addressed by Prof. dr Milica Pejanovic Ðurišic, Minister of Defence of Montenegro, Mr. Rastislav Vrbensky, UNDP Resident Representative in Montenegro, Colonel Esben Aass, Defence Attaché at the Embassy of the Kingdom of Norway, Dr. Ivan Zveržhanovski, SEESAC Coordinator and Ms. Radmila Ðakonovic, Gender Coordinator at the Montenegro MoD and member of the Working Group tasked with developing the study, who presented its findings.
Colonel Esben Aass pointed out that the study provides and highlights challenges of integrating women in the AFs, as well as ways of overcoming them. More importantly, Colonel Aass stressed that gender equality should not be initiated by and for women, but by and for all, and that all institutions need to be responsible for the implementation of UNSCR 1325.


The Atlantic Council of Serbia - 'Write As You Speak and Read As It Is Written II" - 13-14 April 2013

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Esben Aass, Defence Attaché at the Embassy of the Kingdom of Norway in Serbia; Brig.Gen.


Launching of the Gender Equality in the Military Project - News - SEESAC.org

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Minister of Defence, Dragan Sutanovac, opened the event together with the UNDP Resident Representative in Serbia, William Infante, and representatives of the two main donor nations of this important project, H.E. Christer Asp, Ambassador of Sweden, and Colonel Esben Aass, Defense Attaché of the Kingdom of Norway.
Norwegian Defence Attaché, Colonel Esben Aass, representing a country that is one of the first to allow women to serve in any position within the military, reminded all present that in order to change something, we must first understand it. Which is why this project should not be done by and for women alone, but should be discussed by all in the organization, explained Colonel Aass.


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