Eunsook Chung  

PhD Candidate
University of Guelph


Areas of Expertise
Civil Society, Comparative Politics, Global Governance, Intergovernmental Organizations, International Development, International Non-Governmental Organizations, Post 2015 Development Agenda, Post-conflict reconstruction and development, United Nations, Violence Against Women, Women’s Rights

Region of Focus
Europe, Sub-Saharan Africa

Gloria Novovic is a PhD Candidate at the University of Guelph, enrolled in the collaborative program of Political Science and International Development. Her research project examines the way gender equality and civil society engagement principles of Agenda 2030 are translated to institutional and country-level policies of UN and donor agencies in Rwanda and Uganda. Her areas of specialization are public policy and feminist political theory in the broader area of inclusive development. Gloria has experience of working for the World Food Programme and the NGO sector in Serbia. Her research is sponsored by the Ontario Trillium, IDRC, and Alastair Summerlee Awards.


Updated February, 2019