In her more than 15 year-long professional career, Anida Yupari Aguado has undertaken various assignments as project manager, professor and academic researcher, economic and trade analyst and drafter and reviewer of economic and policy-oriented publications. She has worked for the private sector (Shell Prospecting and Development), non-governmental organizations, academic institutions, the public sector and international governmental organizations in Latin America and Europe. Dr. Yupari Aguado has an extensive experience in dealing with cross-cutting economic, trade and environmental issues related to the extractive industries, with particular emphasis on mining and climate change. She currently works for the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD).
Anida Yupari Aguado, holds an academic degree of Doctor Rerum Politicarum in the field of economics and business administration from the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration of the Technische Universität Bergakademie Freiberg, Germany. She also holds a master’s degree from the University of São Paulo, Brazil, specializing in Latin American economic integration and international environmental law. She also obtained a master degree from the University of Geneva, Switzerland, in the area of humanitarian action, with an emphasis on social and sustainable development. Dr. Yupari Aguado has also successfully completed studies in international law, sustainable development and peace at The Hague Academy of International Law, the Netherlands, and the United Nations University for Peace, San José, Costa Rica. She obtained her first degree in law at the University San Martin de Porres in Lima, Peru.