Aoife McCullough

Aoife McCullough

Research Fellow

Aoife specialises in political and social analysis in conflict-affected environments. She has carried out analysis and provided strategy advice to DFID, AFD, NGOs and the private sector. She holds an MSc in Anthropology and Development from the London School of Economics and a BA in Psychology from Trinity College Dublin.

Aoife’s core area of expertise lies in political and social analysis in conflict-affected environments. She has used these skills to lead or contribute to conflict and governance analyses in Mali, South Sudan, Pakistan and Zambia for donors and NGOs and more recently to examine the impact of extractives in low-income and conflict-affected countries to inform both donor and private sector strategies. More broadly, Aoife has researched and written on the challenges of operating in fragile states, including a review of monitoring and evaluation techniques in conflict-affected environments and a set of recommendations for planning in fragile states for the International Dialogue on Peacebuilding and Statebuilding coordinated by OECD. She holds an MSc in Anthropology and Development from the London School of Economics and a BA in Psychology from Trinity College Dublin.

 

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