ExpertiseArms Control and Nuclear Proliferation
Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration
Wanda Muñoz has been working for the inclusion of people with disabilities, assistance to victims of war and humanitarian disarmament for over fifteen years. At the project and policy level in Asia, Africa and Latin America, Wanda has contributed to the development of the victim assistance provisions of the Convention on Cluster Munitions. She is the author of various publications on victim assistance and inclusive livelihoods which have been translated into seven languages. Wanda is a member of the Human Security Network in Latin America and the Caribbean (SEHLAC) where her work focuses on the Campaign to Stop Killer Robots. She is a member of the International Advisory Board of Education for Sharing, an international non-profit that forms better global citizens through innovative education based on the power of play. Wanda holds a Dual Degree Master of International Affairs/Economic and Political Development from Columbia University in New York and Sciences Po Paris with the support of the Eiffel Excellence scholarship.