Angola - COI

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Cristina Rodrigues

Email: crisrodrigues70atgmail [dot] com

Cristina Rodrigues is an Angolan researcher, specialised in African Studies focusing in the Portuguese speaking African countries and particularly in Angola. She conducts academic research as well as consultancies in several areas since 1995, having therefore acquired a solid knowledge of the Angolan social, cultural and economic context. She has conducted field research in the majority of the Angolan provinces. 

Dr Jon Schubert 

Email: JonSchubertatgmx [dot] net (JonSchubertatgmx [dot] net)
 
Dr Schubert is the Senior Africa Analyst for Lusophone and Central Africa for the London-based risk forecasting company, IHS Country Risk, where Angola is one of his primary countries of focus. He holds a PhD from the Centre of African Studies at the University of Edinburgh. He also holds an MA in African Studies from the University of Basel, for which he did research in Angola in 2007, on the preparation of the 2008 parliamentary elections. In all his research, he has followed questions of political authoritarianism and its impact on society. Having grown up in Luanda, Angola from 1984 to 1992 he is fluent in Angolan Portuguese, and he is, through his research and personal experience, well acquainted with the local conditions. Throughout his professional career he has followed the political, social and human rights situation in Angola closely. He has prepared several expert reports on Angola for court cases in the UK and the US. Dr Schubert regularly charges a low fee but is willing to negotiate for his services. 
 

Dr Inge Amundsen

Email: inge [dot] amundsenatcmi [dot] no

Dr Inge Amundsen is a Norwegian researcher and political scientist focussing on political economy, democratization and human rights. His main country expertise is on Malawi, Bangladesh, Angola, Ghana, Nigeria, and francophone West Africa and his main research topics are democratic institutionalisation, parliaments, political parties, political corruption, and natural resources (petroleum resources management and revenue management). Amundsen made his PhD in comparative African studies at the University of Tromsoe (Norway) in 1997. He was Director of the U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Centre (hosted at the Chr. Michelsen Institute, CMI, in Bergen, Norway) from 2002-2006. He has coordinated three CMI institutional cooperation programmes, and is currently the coordinator of the research group Democracy and Governance at CMI.

Virginie Tallio (FGM/C)

Email: virginie [dot] tallioatgmail [dot] com

Dr Virginie Tallio is an anthropologist who has worked on Angola since 2003 in several provinces and in Luanda where she has gathered extensive experience of social, political and human rights conditions. For her reasearch, she has worked on refugees and returnees, the health system, non-State actors development policies and projects and the issue of identity documentation for Angolans who have lost their I.D. Dr Tallio has written expert reports for the Southern Refugee Legal Aid Network (SRLAN) and for different UK and USA legal aid clinics, solicitors and NGOs, especially regarding FLEC members or their family members, single women, unaccompanied minors and health-related issues.

She holds a Ph.D from the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (Paris, France) and a Master of Advanced Studies in Demographic Economy from the Institut d'Études Politiques (Paris, France). She is fluent in French, English and Portuguese.

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