Dr. Julienne Corboz
Julienne Corboz obtained her PhD in Anthropology from the University of Melbourne and is an independent research consultant with over 15 years of experience in mixed-methods research and evaluation, including quantitative and qualitative methods, participatory approaches and research training and capacity building in conflict-affected and fragile settings. She works across a diverse range of thematic areas, including gender in development and humanitarian settings, gender-based violence, women’s economic empowerment and livelihoods, marginalised girls’ education, sexual and reproductive health and children’s rights. Julienne has worked in a range of geographical contexts, including South Asia, South-East Asia and Latin America. She is currently based in Afghanistan, where she has conducted research for a variety of UN agencies, International NGOs and donors, including as an independent evaluator of DFID-funded Girls Education Challenge projects, and research and evaluation related to women, peace and security, violence against women and girls in routine development settings and humanitarian emergencies, harmful traditional practices and violence against children.