Dr. Carla Winston is Lecturer in International Relations at The University of Melbourne. She has previously taught at the University of Victoria (Canada) and the University of British Columbia, where she obtained her PhD.
She is interested in International Relations theory, norms and norm diffusion, human rights and transitional justice, peace and conflict, and the uses of popular culture in politics and international affairs.
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NGO participation in global governance institutions: international and domestic drivers of engagement
Laura A Henry, Lisa McIntosh Sundstrom, Carla Winston, Priya Bala-Miller
Journal article | 2019 | Interest Groups & Advocacy
Global governance institutions (GGIs) increasingly rely upon NGO involvement for expertise, promotion of rules and standards, and ..
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Lecturer In International Relations
Social And Political Sciences
Doctor of Philosophy
University of British Columbia
Master of Arts in International Affairs`
The George Washington University
Certificat en Relations Internationales
Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies
Arts Bachelor magna cum laude with Distinction