Ines Schjolberg Marques joined UNRISD in September 2013 to assist with the projects on ‘Politics of Domestic Resource Mobilization for Social Development’ and ‘Mobilizing Revenues from Extractive Industries: Protecting and Promoting Children’s Rights and Well-being in Resource-Rich Countries’
She recently completed a Masters in Development Studies from London School of Economics, with a dissertation on how the political dimensions of development affect governance reform in Mozambique. Prior to that, Ines graduated from University of Warwick with a Bachelor in Politics and International Studies.
Ines has previously worked with fundraising, research and communications while interning for Evidence for Development in London, as well as Amnesty International Norway in Oslo. Her professional experience also includes a position as assistant attaché with the Permanent Mission of Portugal to the UN in New York, attending Security Council and General Assembly meetings and drafting reports on their agenda topics, and an internship with the Business Council for International Understanding.