Pilar Domingo has a D.Phil in Politics, and has published in the areas of: rule of law and justice sector reform, conflict and security, legal empowerment and rights, transitional justice, governance and regime transitions, fragile states and statebuilding, gender. Her region of expertise is Latin America
Pilar Domingo joined ODI as Research Fellow in the Politics and Governance team in January of 2009. Previously she was at the Institute for the Study of the Americas of the University of London, and prior to that at the University of Salamanca in Spain. She has a D.Phil in Politics, and has published in the areas of: accountability, rule of law, and justice sector reform; rights-based citizenship and legal empowerment for vulnerable groups through rights claims; transitional justice, and democratization, institutional reform and state-building. Her region of expertise is Latin America.
Since joining ODI she has worked on a number of rights, governance and state-building issues, increasingly in connection to situations of fragility. She leads on work on rule of law and justice sector reform, and transitional justice processes.
Her recent work includes: contributing to OECD-DAC guidance on state-building in fragile states; leading a report on children and women's rights in Kenya under the new Constitution of 2010; research on justice and security reforms in fragile settings; the challenges of working with non-state actors and institutions in fragile settings.
Pilar's areas of expertise are rule of law and accountability; judicial reform and access to justice; citizenship, rights and legal voice; human rights and development; politics, state-building in fragile situations; democratization and institutional reform; human rights and transitional justice mechanisms; Latin American politics.
- 13 April 2016, Oxfam4 October 2011, The Guardian
- 7 January 2011, Open Democracy30 August 2010, Devex