Andreea Raluca Torre is an SEI Affiliated Researcher with SEI Asia. She is also a sociologist and gender, environment, and development specialist with over twelve years of international experience in research, teaching and capacity building, and policy engagement. She led and collaborated in research and development projects in Europe, Asia and the Pacific, and Southeast Africa.
As a Research Fellow at SEI Asia in Bangkok, she analyzed the inequality drivers that shape disaster and climate change vulnerabilities. Using a Feminist Political Ecology lens, she also led and contributed to regional projects investigating gender issues in natural resource management and disaster risk reeducation (DRR).
Andreea is currently Qualitative Research Coordinator at UNICEF Mozambique. She received her PhD in Sociology from the London School of Economics and Political Sciences (LSE) and her MSc in Social Anthropology from the University College London (UCL).