- Armament and disarmament
- Conflict and peace
- Peace and development
Caroline Delgado is a Researcher in the Peace and Development Programme. She joined SIPRI in 2019 where she works on issues related to sustainable peace, focusing on how good development and security policy and practice can contribute to creating the enabling conditions that promote lasting peace. Caroline has a background in both academic and policy-oriented research, specialising in how security is understood, practiced and produced in conflict and post-conflict transition contexts.
She received her PhD in humanitarian and conflict response from the University of Manchester in 2018. Her dissertation looked at derivative dimensions of in/security understandings and practice in the context of the Colombian peace process. Other research interests include making use of geographic information systems (GIS) technologies as a way of inquiring into complex conflict dynamics.
Conflict, security, peacebuilding
Latin America, especially Colombia
PhD Humanitarian and Conflict Response, University of Manchester, UK; MA International Humanitarian Action, Uppsala University, Sweden