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Marina G. Petrova's picture
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Dr. Marina G. Petrova is a Research Fellow at the Department of Social and Political Sciences, Bocconi University. She earned her PhD from the Department of Government, University of Essex and a master's degree from the University of Oxford. Dr. Petrova is a Peace and Conflict scholar and an expert in civil resistance, nonviolent action, and civil conflict processes. In her research, she studies different types of political mobilisation and their determinants, dynamics, and outcomes, using primarily quantitative methods. She is a recipient of the United States Institute of Peace (USIP) research grant to study the effects of different nonviolent action tactics on civil war peace processes. Her research and international collaborations have been published in various outlets such as the Journal of Conflict Resolution and the Oxford Research Encyclopaedia of Politics. Dr. Petrova is also the Conference Organiser for the Conflict Research Society (CRS) UK where she actively seeks to build bridges between academia and policy-makers and practitioners. More detailed information on her research background and experiences can be found on her website: www.marinapetrova.net
Juliette Torabian's picture
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Postdoctoral Researcher at University of Luxembourg
Andrei Samatov's picture
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Mr. Samatov is an expert of the UNESCO Inclusive Policy Lab. He works closely with the World Economic Forum, being an active member of its Expert Network as well as its Global Shapers Community. Previously, Mr. Samatov interned at the investment banking arm of BNP Paribas. He also headed the Russian National Group of the European Law Students’ Association. He earned a law degree from Lomonosov Moscow State University. Mr. Samatov is attracted to the intellectual diversity of the UNESCO Inclusive Policy Lab, to new networking opportunities, lively academic debate and joint research projects.
Neil Winn's picture
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Web page: https://essl.leeds.ac.uk/politics/staff/110/dr-neil-winn I have interests in the Common Foreign and Security Policy and Common Security and Defence Policy of the European Union and the international relations of Europe in general. I have also published work in EU foreign and security policy, EU conflict resolution, EU global strategy, and EU security and development policy. I also have interests in intelligence and foreign policy analysis.
Christian Djeffal's picture
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Christian Djeffal is Assistant Professor for Law, Science and Technology at the Technical University of Munich. At the Munich Center for Technology in Society and at the TUM School of Governance, he researches and lectures on the relationship between law and technology, focusing on new technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) and the internet of things (IoT). He works on different aspects of inclusion such as fairness, the protection of children and persons with disabilities.
Mahendra Prasad's picture
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I research group decision making, AI value alignment, ethics, voting systems, AI safety, political philosophy, multiagent systems, approval voting, and social choice. I have publications in Artificial Intelligence Safety and Security, and in AI Magazine. I am a PhD candidate in political science at UC Berkeley.
Evan Lieberman's picture
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I am a professor of Political Science and Contemporary Africa at MIT, where I direct MIT-Africa and the Global Diversity Lab. My research and teaching centers around the opportunities and challenges of diversity within and across countries for building healthy and resilient societies. At the Global Diversity Lab, we are focused on research concerning global public health, climate change, and efforts to promote human development and dignity.
Jon Barnes's picture
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PhD Candidate in Environmental Policy and Development, looking at how the Green Climate Fund programmes in South Africa re being developed and how these intersect with the national conversation around a just transition. Former OECD staff.
Saher Hasnain's picture
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Saher Hasnain is a Researcher with the Environmental Change Institute's Food Systems Transformation Programme, and the Community of Practice Coordinator for the Foresight4Food Initiative. With the Foresight4Food Initiative, she is focused on developing a mechanism to better understand and synthesize key trends and possible futures in global food systems and to support informed and strategic decision making between food systems stakeholders.
Roberto Foa's picture
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Roberto Stefan Foa is University Lecturer in Politics and Public Policy at the University of Cambridge. His research examines quality of government, regimes, and comparative social indicators. He is also interested in research methodology, including comparative survey work, index construction and design, geospatial analysis, and multi-method research. Roberto's academic work has been published in a wide range of top journals, and has been cited in publications including The Economist, the Financial Times, the New York Times, the Guardian and The Atlantic. Roberto graduated from the University of Oxford in Politics, Philosophy and Economics (BA), and completed his Ph.D. at the Harvard University Department of Government, during which time he published three articles rated by the Web of Science as among the top 1% highest impact in their fields. He has served as a Peter Martin Fellow at the Financial Times and was designer of the Indices of Social Development at the World Bank (www.indsocdev.org), a global resource combining more than 25 data sources that measure social institutions such as trust, tolerance, social discrimination, and inclusion. He has also served as a consultant to the United Nations, the Africa Progress Panel, and the European Council for Tolerance and Reconciliation. He is a member of the Oxford Altius Society and a Principal Investigator of the World Values Surveys.

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