Report on attacks against journalist and press freedom, as researcher with the CPJ Africa program.
- Journalists are well positioned to play a crucial role in bolstering accountability in South Sudan. When press freedom is impeded so too are existing, local capacities to sustain peace.
- Without internet access journalists cannot publish online, nor can they conduct thorough investigations or talk securely with their sources.
Wrote on resilience building and climate diplomacy for sustaining peace, as a research associate with ISS‘ Peace Operations and Peacebuilding Division.
- Republished with Global Peace Operations Review
In 2015, worked from Pretoria and Maputo on a project to understand peacebuilding processes for sustainable development and peace consolidation in Mozambique.
- Republished with the Center for Security Studies
- Republished with the Wilson Center
Climate Action is Critical for Sustaining Peace (10/17/2016)
Fellow with independent consulting and advisory enterprise based in Copenhagen and New York City specializing in supporting and evaluating efforts to sustain peace and enable humanitarian responses, recovery and development in fragile and conflict-affected settings.
Wrote on the importance of including local communities in African natural resource development to prevent conflict and sustain peace.
- Republished with Center on International Cooperation, Adelphi Consult, and the Center for Security Studies
Worked in a team of four to advise the Canadian government on a strategy to build resilience to violent extremism.
Focused on fostering inclusive interpersonal interactions, the recommendations offer a toolkit for Canada’s action internationally.
Wrote conflict and counter-terrorism analysis for IOA, focused on North Africa between January and June 2015.
Reports were published in the monthly Africa Conflict Monitor, which is an analytically-driven publication on conflict and conflict resolution across Africa.
Wrote political analysis on Sudan – South Sudan relations between October 2012 and October 2013. Reports included analysis of rebel group dynamics, oil relations, the Abyei territory, and Chinese and US investments.
Reports contributed to MIGS’ Media Monitoring Project for the prevention of mass atrocities.