DENISE HIRAO

Lead Associate

Denise Hirao is a Brazilian lawyer with over 20 years of experience in human rights and gender justice. She has worked on a variety of human rights topics and has an extensive background in the fields of sexual and reproductive health and rights as well as violence against women in Brazil, Latin America and globally. Her past work included grant making, program management and litigation for civil society, governmental, inter-governmental and private institutions. Denise holds a Master of Laws (LLM) in International Human Rights Law and a Law Degree. She is fluent in Portuguese, Spanish and English.

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Identificar Desigualdades para Planejar uma Paz Duradoura no Brasil

GIANINI, R., HIRAO, D.
Gender Associations,
December 2020

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NICOLA POPOVIC

Co-Founder and Director of Gender Associations

Nicola has mainly focused on issues such as the implementation of UNSCR 1325, international law at the domestic and regional level, on gender-sensitive security sector reform and on the prevention and response to sexual and gender-based violence in peacekeeping missions. She holds a Masters (LLM) in International Peace Support Operations, as well as a degree in Political, Social and Communication Science. Nicola has lived and worked in Latin America and the Caribbean, Europe and South and West Africa. She has developed, implemented and evaluated training programmes, action-oriented research, projects, as well as policy development processes for the United Nations, different governments and NGOs.

NICOLA POPOVIC

Co-Founder and Director of Gender Associations

Nicola has mainly focused on issues such as the implementation of UNSCR 1325, international law at the domestic and regional level, on gender-sensitive security sector reform and on the prevention and response to sexual and gender-based violence in peacekeeping missions. She holds a Masters (LLM) in International Peace Support Operations, as well as a degree in Political, Social and Communication Science. Nicola has lived and worked in Latin America and the Caribbean, Europe and South and West Africa. She has developed, implemented and evaluated training programmes, action-oriented research, projects, as well as policy development processes for the United Nations, different governments and NGOs.