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Diana Florez-Munoz

Research Associate, Transformation and Empowerment

Kings College London, Department of War Studies

Specializing in gender, transitional justice, development, and peacebuilding, Diana prioritises women’s concerns in post-conflict justice agendas. Her projects, spanning Colombia and Honduras, focus on enhancing women’s political participation, fostering peace, and promoting gender equality. Currently a Research Associate for the ‘Legacies of the Disappeared’ project, Diana contributes to expanding transitional justice and International Relations concepts. She has collaborated with institutions, including the University of Oxford, Amnesty International, Diocese of Tibu, and UN Women. Holding a Ph.D. in International Relations (St Andrews University), an MSc in NGOs and Development (LSE), and an LLB in Law, Diana’s expertise extends across academia, activism, and policy implementation.