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Marina Adán Marcos

Marina Adán Marcos is a Research Officer at the Institute for Integrated Transitions (IFIT) based in its headquarters in Barcelona. There, she works mainly with its Transition Assistance Practice Group, and provides support to IFIT’s country projects in Nigeria and Uzbekistan. She is also leading a new line of research on alternative types of governance in areas of limited statehood.

Prior to joining IFIT, Marina worked in the OSCE, with the Secretariat’s External Co-operation Section and in the Permanent Representation of Spain. Before that, she worked at the Headquarters of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Spain, specifically at the Directorate General for the United Nations. She has also collaborated with the Paris Peace Forum.

Marina holds a master’s degree in International Security from Sciences Po Paris, with a specialisation in conflict resolution and peace mediation. She also holds a bachelor’s degree in International Relations.

Working languages: Spanish, English, French, and Russian.