Master of Public Policy (MPP)
Junior Project Manager
Paola Adriázola works at adelphi as a Junior Project Manager in the area of environment, conflict and cooperation. Her regional focus is Latin America and East Africa and her work concentrates on climate security and conflict-sensitive resource governance in developing countries. She currently works on the topics of aquatic resource management and water cooperation.
Before joining adelphi, Paola Adriázola gathered practical experience at Human Rights Watch in Washington, DC, and as an intern with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in New York, and with the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) in South Africa.
Paola Adriázola has a Master in Public Policy from the Hertie School of Governance in Berlin and Bachelor degrees in Political Science (B.A.) and Journalism (B.S.J) from the University of Kansas.
Client: Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ)
Term: 04.2011 - 03.2014
Recent PublicationsPaola Adriazola, Alexander Carius, Angelika Rettberg 2012: Climate Change and Security in the Andean Region. Climate Security Dialog Brief. Berlin: adelphi
Alexander Carius, Dennis Taenzler, Paola Adriázola, Irina Comardicea, Simon Hirsbrunner, Achim Maas 2012: Climate Diplomacy - Reducing Risks for Security. Berlin. Supported by a grant from the German Federal Foreign Office.
Paola Adriazola, Achim Maas, Jürgen Scheffran 2011: Climate Change in Latin America. Climate Security Dialogue Brief. Berlin: adelphi