Dylan Chambers is a research assistant with the Global Public Policy Institute (GPPi) in Berlin. He contributes to the institute’s work on rising powers and global governance and the Global Governance Futures program. His research interests include regional political and economic integration, international trade agreements, and development policy.
Previously, Dylan worked as an administration officer for the Foreign Affairs Committee of the New Zealand Parliament and was as an editorial assistant at the academic journal Political Science. During his undergraduate studies, he tutored in international political economy and assisted with research on election turnout among immigrant groups. He also interned in the Spanish Embassy to New Zealand, the New Zealand Council for International Development, and the US Congress.
Dylan is currently completing a dual master’s degree in international public management and political science at Sciences Po and the Free University in Berlin. He holds a bachelor’s degree with first class honors in international relations from Victoria University, New Zealand, and spent a semester abroad at Uppsala University in Sweden. His studies have been supported by scholarships from the New Zealand-France Friendship Fund, the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), Université franco-allemande (UFA), Rotary International, Freemasons New Zealand, and Victoria University.
Languages: English, German, French, Spanish, Swedish
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