Alina Dausendschön joined DEval as an evaluator in November 2021. Previously, she had been a Regional Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning Adviser in Save the Children’s Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean. She also worked on issues related to Climate Change and youth as a Carlo Schmid Fellow in UN Volunteers’ office in Panama.
Alina has a Bachelor’s degree in European Studies from Maastricht University and a Master’s in Socio-Ecological Economics and Policy from Vienna University of Economics and Business. Her studies focused on international cooperation, sustainable development and methods for social research. In her Master’s Thesis, she examined and compared the policies of several cities to encourage cycling as a means of sustainable urban transportation.
- Thematic Focus
Human Rights, particularly Child Rights,
- Methodological Focus
(qualitative) Methods of Social Research
Current Evaluations at DEval
Evaluation of the Promotion of Protected Areas by the BMZ
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