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Practitioner seminar series | The governance of global commons and the case of the International Seabed Authority

Wednesday April 10, 2024, at 10:00
Room 24.021 (Ground floor). Mercè Rodoreda building 24. UPF Ciutadella

José Dallo (International Seabed Authority)

During the course of the academic year 2023/24 IBEI hosts a series of lectures by practitioners in the field of international relations and development.

The practitioner seminar series is intended to give IBEI students and attendees an opportunity to engage with international professionals about their personal work experience, the organizations they represent, and to learn about possible career trajectories in international governmental and non-governmental organizations. Each lecture will allow ample room for questions and inputs from the audience.

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10 April 2024 · 10:00

The governance of global commons and the case of the International Seabed Authority

José Dallo (International Seabed Authority)

José Dallo is currently the Director of the Office of Environmental Management and Mineral Resources in the International Seabed Authority. Previously, he was Senior Environmental and Sustainable Development Officer at the Executive Office of the Secretary General. Before he established and directed the UNEP Subregional Office for South America. Previously, he served as Senior Policy Advisor on Development Policies and Global Partnerships in UN DOCO and was a member of the core team of the UN supporting the negotiations of the 2030 Agenda. Before that, Jose worked in the Directorate of UNDP’s Bureau of Development Policy, where he coordinated the cross-sector work on local development, governance, and sustainable development.

Before joining the UN, he was Representative of the Spanish Cooperation Agency (AECID) in Honduras and Uruguay and Deputy Representative in Nicaragua and El Salvador.

José holds a Degree in Economics, a Degree in Law, and an M. Sc. in Local Development from the Pompeu Fabra University. He completed his post-graduate studies at the UNAN University in Nicaragua as well as other prestigious academic institutions, such as the Harvard Kennedy School Executive Programme.

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