Democracy That Delivers

Barreiro Laredo, Miguel A.

Outreach and Advocacy Advisor

Building on his J.D in Law and executive education on strategic communications, Miguel has spent more than a decade working with the United Nations on conflict prevention, democratic governance and recently focused on partnership building and mass communication. His experience ranges from crisis to middle income countries working effectively with a range of local partners, including non-state actors, local councils, MPs, high ranking government officials, CSOs and private sector in a variety of country settings. Miguel excels in data analysis of key development indicators and web project management experience; he has supported UN agencies, and more recently the OECD, to design partnership building and community awareness strategies in Algeria, Cambodia Ethiopia, Lebanon, Mozambique, Nicaragua and Somalia. He currently works with the World Leadership Alliance as outreach and advocacy senior advisor and still collaborates with the United Nations on advocacy and partnership building initiatives.

Miguel is a PhD candidate on social anthropology at Pantheon I – Sorbonne University in Paris.  His academic and policy-oriented research and publications are focused on the possible relationship between structural violence and the violent radicalization of religious groups. His research analyses the grievances and causes which have fueled the rise of radical elements and the main groups operating social media networks, including an analysis of their main ideological drivers and their social or political outlook.

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