Jahir Dabroy

Jahir Dabroy

    He obtained his Doctorate in Administration and Public Policies from the National Institute of Public Administration (INAP); a Masters in Public Policy from the Autonomic Metropolitan University of Mexico (UAM) and a degree in Political Science from the University of San Carlos de Guatemala (Usac).  He is a researcher on socio-political issues in Guatemala and the Latin American region, as well as an advisor in strategic analysis for businesses.  He has experience in the coordination of local and national academic and governmental projects.

    He has been responsible for positioning strategies and institutional redesign for the improvement of processes through Results Based Management. He is a professor of Strategic Analysis, Security and Geopolitics at Usac, and also teaches at Escuela de Gobierno (Master in Public Administration and Leadership), Mariano Gálvez University -UMG- (Master in Public Administration) and San Pablo University -Conred-USPG- (Master in Integral Risk Management with a focus on Social Sciences). At an undergraduate level, he teaches Political Science and International Relations at Usac and Rafael Landívar University, as well as at the School of Criminology at UMG. He has also taught courses in Democratic Security for the School of Police Studies (in collaboration with Occidente University).  All work related to socio-political research has been published.


    Publications


    • Guatemala: Moving Toward a New Paradigm of Citizenship Building? Observatory of Democracies: Southern Mexico and Central America. Center for Higher Education in Mexico and Central America. University of Sciences and Arts of Chiapas. Mexico. 2015 (in print).
    • Social capital formation and institutional governance in LED processes. Demuca Foundation and Spanish Cooperation. Costa Rica. 2014. Available at: http://www.conectadel.org/wp-content/uploads/downloads/2015/08/3-Formacion-de-CS-y-Gobernanza-Institucional-en-DEL_26_01_15.pdf
    • The foundational moment of the contemporary State in Guatemala: the path of the democratic transition and its incidence in time. Latin American Centre for Social Sciences. Argentina. 2014. Available at: http://biblioteca.clacso.edu.ar/clacso/becas/20140829071931/DabroyJ_e.pdf
    • Community consultations in Huehuetenango: building democracy. Rafael Landívar University Research and Political Management Institute. Cara Parens. Guatemala, 2013. Available at: http://www.url.edu.gt/publicacionesurl/FileCS.ashx?Id=40897
    • Characterization of the political system in Huehuetenango: analysis of the 2011 electoral process. Center for Studies and Documentation of the Western Border of Guatemala. Huehuetenango, Guatemala.