Dr Evelyn Pauls is the Impact Manager of the UKRI GCRF Gender, Justice and Security Hub based at the LSE Centre for Women, Peace and Security and a Researcher at the Berghof Foundation. Her participatory action research project examines the reintegration of female ex-combatants in Colombia and Uganda as well as Burundi, Indonesia, Nepal and the Philippines through documentary filmmaking. Her research interests include gender and conflict, participatory and visual methods and research impact.
Evelyn was also the editor of the Millennium Journal of International Studies and a visiting researcher at the National University of Singapore. She holds a PhD in International Relations from the LSE, which focused on child combatants in Sierra Leone and Myanmar, an MPhil in International Relations from the University of Oxford and a BA in Political Science and Public Law from the University of Mannheim.
- Evelyn Pauls and Nicky Armstrong, "Imagining a different reality: Filmmaking and Research", Centre for Freedom of the Media, University of Sheffield (2021)
- Nicky Armstrong and Evelyn Pauls, “Funding cuts undermine the global impact of research and its value as an emancipatory project”, LSE Impact Blog (2021)
- Evelyn Pauls, “Female fighters shooting back: representation and filmmaking in post-conflict societies”, International Feminist Journal of Politics, 22:5 (2020): 697-719
- Evelyn Pauls et al., I Have to Speak – Voices of Female Ex-Combatants from Aceh, Burundi, Mindanao and Nepal (Berlin: Berghof Foundation, 2020).
- Ilaria Carrozza, Ida Danewid and Evelyn Pauls, “Introduction: Racialized Realities in World Politics”, Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 45:3 (2017): 267-268.