Nurjk Agloni has seven years of experience working in social research, as well as in social projects planning and evaluation in NGO´s and the public sector.
Her research interests involve public policies and development in Latin America; her work includes the design, execution and analysis of the first national survey for measuring domestic violence in Chile, the evaluation of numerous governmental programs in education, a comparative study of the policies aiming to reduce income inequality in Brazil and Chile and some other works in health policies, job insecurity and consumption.
Currently she works in two international projects; one with the University of Cambridge about the conceptualization and measurement of the quality of employment in Latin America, and the other one about the state and characteristics of ethical consumption (individual and public) in Chile and Brazil, and how this can be used as a leverage for development in these countries.
Additionally, she is part of the board of Directors of Crearte; NGO that promotes resilience in children living in deprived areas of Santiago de Chile.
Latin American Studies, Development, Public Policy, Multidimensional Inequalities, Social Mobility, Social Research Methods and Methodology.