Theò is an Associate Researcher in the Conventional Arms and Ammunition Programme.
He previously worked with the United Nations Regional Centre for Peace, Disarmament and Development in Latin America and the Caribbean (UNLIREC) as a Project Associate on the implementation of national action plans in the framework of the Caribbean Firearms Roadmap, and with the United Nations Development Programme within the Inter-Agency Working Group on Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration (IAWG-DDR) as a UNV on monitoring DDR processes around the world.
He holds a master's degree in International Expertise and Risks at the University of Lyon 3 and a bachelor's degree in Political Science and Europe from the University of Avignon. He speaks English, French, Occitan, Spanish and Catalan.
His research interests focus on the issues related to conventional disarmament processes in general and more specifically in conflict and post-conflict settings, as well as the role of regional organisations and sub-state actors in these processes.
Infectious Disease Impacts on Conflicts: New Research Perspectives
The rebels' credibility dilemma: A new approach to the search for credibility towards the international community and the population