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Alex Mejia 先生

联合国训练研究所区域合作项目经理

 

 

 

 

 

 


Dr. Colleen Thouez is Senior Research and Training Advisor at UNITAR.  She is also adjunct faculty at American University's School of International Service.  Among current UNITAR projects, she oversees the Human Mobility Project including the Learning Platform on Human Mobility, a global learning platform for local and regional government.  She also chairs the capacity development work for the World Bank KNOMAD Project, and the Global Migration Group’s Capacity Development Task Force (with IOM).  
Prior to this appointment, she headed UNITAR’s Office at the UN in New York, where for six years she was responsible for training thousands of government delegates annually on all aspects of international law and on the UN system and its functioning.  During this time, she negotiated major education-driven partnerships with governments, and the philanthropic and private sectors.  
Dr. Thouez began her career as a legal expert at UNHCR, which published her doctoral findings. From 2001-2004, she served as Senior Programme Officer with the inter-agency International Migration Policy Programme, training government officials on migration and refugee policy in most world regions.  In parallel, she served on the OSCE Stability Pact Task Force against Trafficking in Human Beings. In 2004, she was appointed Senior Policy Advisor for the Global Commission on International Migration.  
She has lectured, and is the author of book chapters, published articles and research papers on: human mobility; international relations; and education.  She holds a doctorate from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, political science degrees from McGill University, and was awarded the Terry Sanford Civil Society Fellowship at Duke University.  
Dr. Colleen Thouez is Senior Research and Training Advisor at UNITAR.  She is also adjunct faculty at American University's School of International Service.  Among current UNITAR projects, she oversees the Human Mobility Project including the Learning Platform on Human Mobility, a global learning platform for local and regional government.  She also chairs the capacity development work for the World Bank KNOMAD Project, and the Global Migration Group’s Capacity Development Task Force (with IOM).  
Prior to this appointment, she headed UNITAR’s Office at the UN in New York, where for six years she was responsible for training thousands of government delegates annually on all aspects of international law and on the UN system and its functioning.  During this time, she negotiated major education-driven partnerships with governments, and the philanthropic and private sectors.  
Dr. Thouez began her career as a legal expert at UNHCR, which published her doctoral findings. From 2001-2004, she served as Senior Programme Officer with the inter-agency International Migration Policy Programme, training government officials on migration and refugee policy in most world regions.  In parallel, she served on the OSCE Stability Pact Task Force against Trafficking in Human Beings. In 2004, she was appointed Senior Policy Advisor for the Global Commission on International Migration.  
She has lectured, and is the author of book chapters, published articles and research papers on: human mobility; international relations; and education.  She holds a doctorate from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, political science degrees from McGill University, and was awarded the Terry Sanford Civil Society Fellowship at Duke University.  
Colleen Thouez 博士
 
联合国训练研究所研究与培训高级顾问
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Nicolas Plouviez 先生

于2008年加入联合国训练研究所区域合作项目团队

 

 

 

 

 

 


Ima Ebong 女士

与2011年加入联合国训练研究所区域合作项目团队

 

 

 

 

 

 


Estrella Merlos 女士

于2013年加入联合国训练研究所并支持与协调国际培训中心全球网络工作

 

 

 

 

 

 


Maria Fernanda Betancourt 女士

于2013年2月加入区域合作项目团队

 

 

 

 

 

 


Juan Salgado 先生

于2013年九月加入区域合作项目团队

 

 

 

 

 


Kato Van Broeckhoven 女士

于2013年4月加入联合国训练研究所