Eveline de Bruijn is a non-resident fellow at New York University’s Center on International Cooperation. She has over 15 years of experience in the areas of justice, security, and peacebuilding.
Eveline is currently in the process of obtaining a MA in Clininal Psychology and works as a coach in support of refugee integration in the Netherlands. She specializes in transitional justice and mental health, contributing to several research and advocacy efforts in this field, including with the Center on International Cooperation.
Most recently Eveline served as senior justice advisor and justice coordinator with the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Prior to this, Eveline worked with Oxfam as senior justice and security advisor contributing to programme development in Somaliland, South Sudan, and the Central African Republic.
Eveline started her UN career in 2008 as a community security officer in support of the Peacekeeping Mission in Sudan, based in Juba and Bor and with UNDP in Khartoum. Consequently, she joined UNDP Bureau for Crisis Prevention from where she has supported justice and security operations in various conflict-affected settings.
Prior to this, Eveline worked as a policy advisor for the Dutch Government and undertook research on transitional justice in Rwanda and Colombia. Eveline holds a LLM Public International Law and MA Conflict Studies and speaks Dutch, English, Spanish, French and German.