Paulina is part of Centro de Colaboracion Civica (CCC) since June 2014. Her current position as Executive Director combines her skills as facilitator and trainer with collaborative leadership and management.
Paulina is in charge of the supervision and coordination of multi-stakeholder dialogue processes between civil society organizations, various state secretariats, and with the Federal Legislative branches on issues related to both the Program on Citizen Security Dialogues, a project which aims to create plural dialogue spaces to produce agreements on priority issues regarding human rights, citizen security and justice in Mexico; and the Sustainable Development Program, coordinating multi-stakeholder dialogue and participatory policy making processes around renewable energy, sustainable transportation and urban development, and natural resources management.
She also has experience facilitating professional briefings, educational courses and training individuals and organizations on effective communication, mediation, and facilitation of dialogue processes.
In the past, Paulina has collaborated with several civil society organizations, social movements and indigenous communities in different regions of Mexico (Chihuahua, Tabasco, Chiapas and Jalisco); on issues related to Human Rights, Indigenous Peoples Rights, Conflict Resolution and Sustainable Development. She has also worked as a consultant within academic institutions, public institutions and civil society organizations, where she has developed training workshops and programs on conflict transformation, peace education and violence prevention.
Paulina has a degree in International Relations from the Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Occidente (ITESO) and a Masters in Peace, Conflict and Development Studies from the University Jaume I, Spain.
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