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Campos, Rubén Campos, Rubén

Campos, Rubén

Programmes Coordinator

Ruben Campos

Rubén Campos is an expert on South and Southeast Asia and nonviolent political movements, as well as visiting professor of International Relations in various Spanish universities. In the past twelve years he has worked at the Club de Madrid on the design, implementation and evaluation of different projects in Bangladesh, Bolivia, China, Ecuador, India, Iran, Kyrgyzstan, Myanmar, Nepal, Peru or South Africa, in addition to thematic programs involving Social Inclusion and Shared Societies, Dialogue between Political and Religious Leaders and Terrorism, Democracy and Human Rights. He has been the Programs Coordinator since 2010. He previously worked as Program Officer and assistant to the Programs Director.

As an expert and analyst on international affairs he works regularly with research centers such as Casa Asia, CIDOB, Fundación Alternativas, the International Catalan Institute for Peace and Elcano Royal Institute where he is a Senior Associated Analyst. He has also worked with media outlets including BBC Mundo, Radio France International, Radio Netherlands and RTVE. As an expert in nonviolent political movements he is a member of the Expert Advisory Council of the International Institute for Noviolent Action (NOVACT) and he has prepared reports for the Basque Government on the reconciliation process after the end of terrorism; for the Catalan Government about the creation of a Nonviolent Civil Peace Corps; for the European Union on nonviolent groups in Palestine and for the Nonviolent Peace Force NGO a feasibility study about the implementation of a pilot program on Guatemala. He is preparing his doctoral thesis on the Indian independent movement and the African American civil rights movement and has published a selection of political texts on Mohandas K. Gandhi with Catarata Publishing House.


Follow Ruben in twitter: @RubenCamposP








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