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I have a background in organizational design, human resources management and labour rights, and an in-depth knowledge on the globalization of production and global supply chains. As a political scientist, having developed an interest in the intersection between labour rights, globalization and gender, I wrote my thesis on the national and international management of unregulated economic migration with a focus on gender and through the lens of security. My interests, experience and knowledge extend to topics such as anti-trafficking (labour and sex), refugees, gender based violence and female political participation.
Through an active presence, as a paper presenter and delegate, in international conferences and workshops, I remain up to date with global and regional legislative, as well as practical developments, and expand GenSec's network with global contacts.
Parallel to my research activities, I have been working as an advisor and consultant for developmental and anti-trafficking NGOs based in USA, Europe, Africa and Asia helping them develop their partnerships with the private sector and strengthen their political advocacy agendas. My collaborations with NGOs working with vulnerable population groups in developing and post-conflict countries in Europe, Africa and the Caribbean, have provided me with the opportunity to engage with the corporate responsibility agenda of the private sector in seeking to establish partnerships with NGOs and civil society as part of their Creating Shared Values Strategies and in alignment with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
As an experienced trainer and educator, I am currently working with associates for the development of gender equality and anti-trafficking professional training packages.
- Doctor of Philosophy in Politics and International Studies, 'The Securitization of Female Migrant Domestic Labour in Greece Since the 1990s', University of Warwick, UK
- MA in Globalization and Development, University of Warwick, Dissertation: A Gendered Analysis of the Global Governance of HIV Treatment Industry
- MA in Human Resources and Knowledge Management, Lancaster University, UK, Dissertation: Gendered Inequalities and the Political Profession. Social Dualities in the Case of Greece
- BA in Organization Studies and Human Resources Management, Lancaster University, UK
- Diploma in Economics, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK
Geneva Centre for Security Policy, 'Neurophilosophy of Global Security: Governance, Geopolitics and Leadership', Geneva, Switzerland
- Member of the group of experts on migration of MIEUX (Migration EU eXpertise) https://www.mieux-initiative.eu/en/
GCRP - Gendered Ceremony and Ritual in Parliament Conference
Dr Theologia Iliadou
t dot iliadou at gensecglobal dot com