Benjamin de Carvalho

Senior Researcher, NUPI

Benjamin de Carvalho (D.phil, University of Cambridge) has published extensively on UN peace operations on the African continent (Sudan, Liberia and Chad), particularly focusing on the protection of civilians sexual and gender-based violence.

De Carvalho holds a Ph.D. from the University of Cambridge. The Ph.D. dissertation, completed in 2009, is titled: Sovereignty, Religion and the Nation-State.

Selected publications:

Jumbert, Maria Gabrielsen; Hoelscher, Kristian; Tank, Pinar & de Carvalho, Benjamin (2014) ‘Brazil: An Aspiring Global Power’, Government Gazette, July 2014, pp.80-82.

Lie, Jon Harald Sande, Benjamin de Carvalho (2013). Conceptual Unclarity and Competition: The Protection of Civilians and the Responsibility to Protect, in Benjamin de Carvalho and Ole Jacob Sending (eds.) The Protection of Civilians in UN Peacekeeping: Concept, Implementation and Practice. Baden-Baden,Nomos.s. 47-62.

de Carvalho, Benjamin, Ole Jacob Sending (2013). Introduction: A Concern with Protection, in Benjamin de Carvalho and Ole Jacob Sending (eds.) The Protection of Civilians in UN Peacekeeping: Concept, Implementation and Practice. Baden-Baden,Nomos.s. 17-23.

Schia, Niels Nagelhus, Benjamin de Carvalho (2013). Sexual and Gender-Based Violence and the Rule of Law in Liberia, in Benjamin de Carvalho and Ole Jacob Sending (eds.) The Protection of Civilians in UN Peacekeeping: Concept, Implementation and Practice. Baden-Baden,Nomos. [url]

de Carvalho, Benjamin & Jon Harald Sande Lie (2011). Chronicle of a Frustration Foretold? The Implementation of a Broad Protection Agenda in the United Nations, in Journal of International Peacekeeping vol. 15 pp. 341-362.

Schia, Niels Nagelhus, Benjamin de Carvalho (2011). Protection from Sexual and Gender-based Violence in Liberia: A Role for Traditional Justice?,  in Conflict Trends 1.ACCORD.s. 38-42.

Web site:
http://www.nupi.no/Virksomheten/Avdelinger/Avdeling-for-internasjonal-politikk/Benjamin-de-Carvalho