Natalia A. Peral

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Natalia is finishing her PhD (ABD) at the Department of International Relations and European Studies at Central European University. She was research associate at SAIS, Conflict Management Program, John Hopkins University, Washington, DC in 2013. She has a MA degree on Conflict Resolution and Analysis at Sabanci University in Istanbul and a BA degree (Licenciatura) on Political Science  with focus on International Relations at Buenos Aires University, Argentina, graduating with honors. Her main academic interests are in the processes of post-conflict reconstruction, international negotiations, ethnic conflict, minority reintegration and third party intervention. She is currently researching on the role of third parties on ethnic reintegration processes in municipalities of Bosnia Herzegovina and Kosovo. She chairs the Conflict and Security Research Group (ConSec) at CEU. She has worked as external adviser in the Kosovo-Serbia Dialogue, and as a consultant for Argentinean Parliament and Government on human rights, security and local government issues. Natalia has been trainer on conflict prevention and management, human rights and local government at the International Academy of Leadership, Friedrich Naumann Foundation, Germany.

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