ISDP welcomes Elin Eriksson as a Project Coordinator at the Stockholm Korea Center

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September 2022: ISDP is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms. Elin Eriksson as a Project Coordinator at the ISDP Stockholm Korea Center. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Peace and Development Studies from Uppsala University, specializing in Gender and Sustainability issues. Ms. Eriksson has also had the opportunity to study in Australia at Queensland University and the Swedish Defense University where she focused on global security, peacebuilding, and human rights law. Her main research interests include female political participation, humanitarian and development assistance, sustainable development, and gender equality.

“I am delighted to join ISDP, a dynamic organization that offers policymakers and the general public essential analysis and insight into the constantly shifting geopolitical landscape. Being a member of ISDP’s Korea Center team excites me greatly. I embrace the opportunity to further the institute’s work in the fields of gender and development, sustainability, and women, peace, and security,” said Elin Eriksson.