Borja Paladini Adell

Practitioner in Residence

Borja Paladini Adell
Additional position(s):
Avalaible free-lance consultant

Work phone:
Mobile phone: +47 91363384
Twitter: @borjapax
CV: Download CV

Research Interests

- Innovative approaches to building and sustaining peace

- Governance for peace / governance for war

- Complexity and peacebuilding

- Inclusive political settlements and peace processes, and implementation

- Dialogue and conflict transformation

- Dialogic, emancipatory and cooperative approaches to peace


- Peacebuilding, dialogue, and conflict transformation practitioner with 20+ years of experience in designing, directing, and evaluation programs in conflict-affected contexts. 

- Peace and development advisor and consultant for top decision-makers in several countries, United Nations affiliates, think tanks, philanthropic organizations, local and ethnic communities, and universities. 

- Specialization in comparative and inclusive peace process design, and implementation. 

- Expertise fostering and facilitating dialogue and complex stakeholders’ collaboration particularly in Colombia. 

- Capacity development, train-the-trainers, and knowledge management at the local, national, and international levels. Guest lecturer and public speaker in peacebuilding practice in several forums. 

- Documentary photography

- Spanish National fluent in Spanish, Catalan, and English; intermediate Norwegian.

- List of Publications

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- Molloy, Sean and Paladini Adell, Borja. "More inclusive monitoring of peace agreement implementation. Barometer Initiative in Colombia"in Andy Carl (ed.) Negotiating inclusion in peace processes (Accord 28, Conciliation Resources, 2019). LINK

- Paladini Adell, Borja. 2019. On the frontlines of sustaining peace in Colombia. In Dialogue in Peacebuilding: Understanding Different Perspectives. Develpment Dialogue Issue 64. The Dag Hammarskjöld Foundation. October 2019.