Centre: Former Staff
Delia Paul worked at the Stockholm Environment Institute as Communications Coordinator in Asia from January 2009 until January 2010
Delia has worked as a researcher, writer and media officer for various humanitarian and multi-lateral organizations in the Asia-Pacific region, working in the areas of environment, development and labour rights.
After a three-year stint at World Vision Australia’s Research and Policy section in the early 1990s in Melbourne, Australia, she lived in Cambodia for 10 years, where she worked for a number of aid agencies, reporting on the situation of internally displaced people in the troubled northwest region and covering the 1996 floods, among other events. Later, she spent three years at the Mekong River Commission, establishing a public information unit within the office of the CEO that was responsible for coordinating the organisation’s technical publishing, website content and corporate communications.
In 2004 she worked as a communications consultant to the International Labour Organization’s ‘Better Factories’ project in Phnom Penh, the first of many assignments with humanitarian organisations to Singapore, Bangkok, Hanoi, Kunming and Vientiane in the last five years.
Delia holds an MA in Public Policy and Management from the University of York (UK) and a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) from the Australian National University in Canberra.
She started her working life as a newspaper reporter for The Star in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
The Living Mekong (Book - 2009)
Linking Communities and Technology in the Indian Ocean Region (Project report - 2009)