Gilberto Algar-Faria is a PhD Candidate at the Global Insecurities Centre at the School of Sociology, Politics and International Studies, University of Bristol. His research themes include: global insecurities, development and security, IOs and NGOs, civil society, civil resistance and post-insurgency and post-war environments. He has expertise and/or field experience in Sri Lanka, Kosovo, North Korea, Afghanistan and South Africa.
Gilberto has worked as a grant manager for a philanthropic charity and as an external consultant for an international peacebuilding organisation, and has taught international relations to undergraduates at the University of Bristol. He has also worked in various capacities for the UK armed forces. He is also Managing Editor of the POLIS Journal.He holds an MSc in Defence, Development and Diplomacy from the Durham Global Security Institute at Durham University, as well as a BA(Hons.) International Relations from the University of Leeds.
- FPC Briefing: The path to inclusivity and stability in Kosovo
- FPC Briefing: Sri Lanka's (geo)political quandary – Government, NPC and international community
- FPC Briefing: Understanding the conditions necessary for fruitful negotiations in Afghanistan
- FPC Briefing: North Korea wants peace, and it should be given peace