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Please feel free to provide a short bio about yourself or the work of your organization (no more than 3 paragraphs)
PhD in “Politics, Human Rights and Sustainability”, specialized in conflict prevention and conflict Early Warning and Early Response (EWER) systems with a focus on community-based conflict EWER initiatives.
In addition, I hold a Master’s degree in Human Rights and Humanitarian Action and a BA in Arabic and Middle Eastern Studies.
Over the past six years I complemented research with working experience in the field of conflict prevention, human rights and development cooperation.
Please indicate if you're joining PCDN as an individual or organization (please mark the appropriate category)
individual (professional)
Please list the countries and/or regions in which you (or your organization) have direct and significant expertise
Sudan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Uzbekistan, Palestine, Australia, France, UK
What is your current country of residence (or location of your organization)?
What is your current job (and organization) and/or where and what field are you studying?
conflict prevention, early warning
How many years professional experience do you have ?
Which Languages do you speak Proficiently? (note we can not list all languages, only some major world languages or ones related to conflict regions)
French, Spanish
Which are your primary sectoral areas of expertise (or the primary sectoral areas of your organization) ?
Conflict Mainstreaming, Development, Human Rights
Which are your primary skills areas(or the primary skill areas of your organization)?
Curriculum Development, Program Administration, Program Implemenation, Research
What are some of your current areas of research (if any)?
conflict early warning systems

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At 1:59pm on February 20, 2013, Alpha koroma said…
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