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Pilar Domingo

Senior Research Fellow

Politics and Governance

Portrait of Pilar Domingo

Pilar Domingo joined ODI as Research Fellow in the Politics and Governance team in January of 2009. Previously she was at the Institute for the Study of the Americas of the University of London, and prior to that at the University of Salamanca in Spain. She has a D.Phil in Politics, and has published in the areas of: accountability, rule of law, and justice sector reform; rights-based citizenship and legal empowerment for vulnerable groups through rights claims; transitional justice, and democratization, institutional reform and state-building. Her region of expertise is Latin America.

Since joining ODI she has worked on a number of rights, governance and state-building issues, increasingly in connection to situations of fragility. She leads on work on rule of law and justice sector reform, and transitional justice processes.

Her recent work includes: contributing to OECD-DAC guidance on state-building in fragile states; leading a report on children and women's rights in Kenya under the new Constitution of 2010; research on justice and security reforms in fragile settings; the challenges of working with non-state actors and institutions in fragile settings.

Pilar's areas of expertise are rule of law and accountability; judicial reform and access to justice; citizenship, rights and legal voice; human rights and development; politics, state-building in fragile situations; democratization and institutional reform; human rights and transitional justice mechanisms; Latin American politics.

  1. Why land is important in understanding violent conflict

  2. Sisterhood and beyond: keeping up momentum on feminist change

    Event

  3. In memory of Ruth Bader Ginsburg – using the law to champion equality and non-discrimination

  4. Politically informed approaches to gender in fragile and conflict-affected settings: insights from an expert meeting

    Working papers

  5. Gender equality and women’s and girls’ empowerment: our approach and priorities

    Toolkit/guidelines

  6. The politics of gender-responsive social protection

    Working papers

  7. Legal mobilisation as a societal response to violence: lessons from Michoacán

    Briefing/policy papers

  8. The role and impact of local citizen security councils as a challenge to criminal violence: lessons from Michoacán

    Briefing/policy papers

  9. Responding to violence through art and culture: lessons from Michoacán

    Briefing/policy papers

  10. Gender equality and women and girls’ empowerment: our approach and priorities (2019)

    Toolkit/guidelines

  11. Policy and legal analysis notes: a review of the national policy against gender-based violence in Rwanda

    Briefing/policy papers

  12. Policy and legal analysis notes: a review of the strategic plan for a multisectoral response to violence against women and children in Ethiopia

    Briefing/policy papers

  13. Renewing representation: the role of international assistance in supporting democratic revitalisation

    Research reports

  14. Experimentalism in international support to rule of law and justice

    Working papers

  15. Political economy analysis: guidance for legal technical assistance

    Toolkit/guidelines

  16. Care responsibilities and women's leadership

    Briefing/policy papers

  17. Doing development differently: two years on, what are we learning?

    Event

  18. The political economy of pre-trial detention: Indonesia case study

    Research reports

  19. Beyond the police: security provision in cities

    Event

  20. Reflections on ROLE UK's approach: learning from reviews of justice and security programming

    Briefing/policy papers