Dr Evelyn Pauls

Dr Evelyn Pauls

Impact Manager

Centre for Women, Peace and Security

English, French, German
Key Expertise
participatory methods, research impact, women in conflict

About me

Dr Evelyn Pauls in her role as the Impact Manager of the UKRI GCRF Gender, Justice and Security Hub develops the Hub’s Impact strategy and plays a vital role in the development and management of knowledge exchange and stakeholder management to maximise the influence of Hub research. She also designs, organises and manages a programme of multi-day Conventions in Hub focus countries.

Evelyn joins from the Berghof Foundation, where she was the lead researcher for a participatory action research project on the long-term reintegration of female ex-combatants in Burundi, Indonesia, Nepal and the Philippines. Prior to joining the Berghof Foundation, she completed her PhD at LSE, focusing on international advocacy on child soldiers in Sierra Leone and Myanmar, especially the role of International Organisations and NGOs in effecting sustainable change in policy and practice. She was also the editor of the Millennium Journal of International Studies and a visiting researcher at the National University of Singapore.


Expertise Details

Participatory Methods; Research Impact; Women in Conflict