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Caterina Arciprete

Caterina  is a development economist with a focus on child multidimensional poverty and well-being, gender issues and disability. She combines quantitative methodologies with qualitative and participative methodologies. Her research focuses on children in inner areas, children in alternative care, children’s participation, children with disabilities, violence against women and children (VAGW) women’s empowerment.

She holds a Ph.D in Development Economics from the University of Florence and was a visiting scholar at Oxford University as part of  “Young Lives” project. 

From 2016 to 2019 she was co-coordinator of the thematic group “Children and Youth” of the Human Development and Capability Association.

Caterina has also been responsible for introducing gender mainstreaming in the program to strengthen the skills of local authorities implemented by UNDP and the Ministry of the Interior of Algeria. She has worked in Senegal, Algeria, India, Jordan and Tanzania. She has been a consultant for UNICEF Innocenti, UNICEF Madagascar, UNDP, Terre des Hommes. She has several articles published in academic journals.


Inclusive Development - Researcher

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