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Miranda is the coordinator of the Bachelor of Humanitarian and Community Studies and PhD candidate in the Humanitarian, Emergency and Disaster Management Studies program. Her research interests include international relations, strategic studies, foreign and defence policy, political interest and humanitarian action, humanitarian civil-military coordination, and measuring the effectiveness of humanitarian aid. She holds awards from the Coral Bell School of the Asia-Pacific, graduating with bachelor’s degree in International Relations from the Australian National University and a Master of Philosophy from the University of New South Wales. She has certificates in humanitarian practice awarded by organisations including the United Nations, Geneva Centre for Security Policy and Redr. Miranda has held positions at the University of New South Wales (Australian Defence Force Academy) and the University of Melbourne. She previously acted as an advisor for the Melbourne Centre for the Study of Higher Education, and as a rapporteur for the EU Centre on Shared Complex Challenges. She is an avid wargamer and has high level experience across human rights and international law environments, spanning from Canberra to The Hague.
Master, University of New South Wales
Award Date: 1 Nov 2017
Bachelor, Australian National University
Award Date: 1 Aug 2014
Pritchett's prediction: Australian foreign policy towards Indonesia's incorporation of East Timor, 1974-1999Booth, M., 31 Aug 2017, University of New South Wales. 132 p.
Research output: Thesis › Master's Thesis (not CDU)Open Access