Omulbanin Paigeer has been Project Assistant in the Promoting Dialogue and Participation in Iraq project at CARPO. In the past, she worked with national and international organizations in projects focusing on promoting democracy, elections, human rights and women empowerment. In her last employment, she worked with the Friedrich Ebert Foundation (FES) in Afghanistan and led projects in the fields of peace, security and youth leadership empowerment. Prior to this, she worked with Counterpart International as a Senior Election Officer and implemented projects aiming at the creation of meaningful dialogue among electoral stakeholders and raising public awareness on elections in Afghanistan. She has also been recognized as a LEAD Trainer by the European Centre for Electoral Studies (ECES). Omulbanin has a bachelor’s degree in Law and a diploma in Leadership and Management. She is an emerging researcher on Afghanistan and its foreign policy.