Romanian-born Ina Curic is a trained sociologist, with a M.A. in Gender Studies from Babes-Bolyai University, Romania and a M.A. in Peace and Conflict Studies from the European Peace University, Austria.
She has a solid background in peace and conflict research, gender studies and NGO management and more than ten years work experience in civil society organizations in different countries.
Since 1999, Ina has provided numerous national and international training programmes and workshops on different topics related to organizational development, project management, peace, conflict and gender related issues in various settings: Romania, Bosnia & Hertzegovina, Croatia, Turkey. Her field experience with training, capacity building as well as gender and peace projects in post war and conflict areas extends to Former Yugoslavia, Iraq, and Burundi.
International organizations for which she has provided training and consultancy include UN World Food Programme, International Medical Corps, Norwegian Council for Refugees.
Affiliations to international organizations include The Transnational Foundation for Peace and Future Research (www.transnational.org) of which she is a Board Member, Transcend (www.transcend.org), and The International Fellowship of Reconciliation – Women Peace Makers Program (http://www.ifor.org).
In terms of teaching, she is a Member of the Faculty for the European University Center for Peace Studies, Austria, and the online Transcend Peace University.
Her work, teaching and research interests focus on gender inequalities and gender based violence and their implications for peace and sustainable development; peacebuilding and conflict transformation approaches from a gender sensitive perspective; and the Transcend method for conflict transformation by peaceful means.
Through War to Peace: A Dead End - Iraqi Experiences - co-author with Sabin Muresan and K. F. Brand Jacobsen, 2005, Eikon Publishing House, Cluj-Napoca, Romania.
Gender Inequality: the Invisible Violence - a peace studies perspective on violence against women, co-author with Lorena Vaetisi, 2005, Eikon Publishing House, Romania.
Steps to Equality Land - A Challenge for Girls and Boys - illustrated publication for teenagers on gender inequalities, 2005, Eikon Publishing House, Romania.
Iraqi Field Report in the PATRIR Peace Journal, no. 6-9/ 2004, co-author with Sabin Muresan.
Girls, YES! - A Young Woman's Guide to Self-affirmation, 2003, informative publication on gender inequalities affecting women in Romania and how they can be transformed.
Since spring 2007 Ina Curic works in Burundi as a trainer and consultant for national international NGOs on development, peacebuilding and gender.
She writes for TFF's website and also for online The Peace and Collaborative Network where she has her own page with a blog mainly about Burundi .
Ina Curic became a TFF Associate in April 2006, TFF's project coordinator in Burundi in May 2007 and a member of the foundation's Board in March 2008.
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