Short biographical note
Professor Huliaras holds a Jean Monnet Chair on EU Relations with Less Developed Countries. His research agenda focusses on (global) North-South Relations, development studies and organized civil society. He has published in leading international academic journals. He has taught in seven universities outside his country of residence (Bosnia, Canada, Finland, Turkey and the United Kingdom) as well as in six Greek universities and five professional schools. He also has a long record of advising the Greek government on public policy. He has advised the Greek Ministry of Home Affairs (1992-2006), the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs (2001-3) and the Greek Permanent Mission in the United Nations (2002-4). He has also served as an expert in NATO (Expert Working Group on Africa) (1997-2003) and the United Nations Human Security Network (2002-4). He has been the Scientific Coordinator of several projects funded by international organizations, national authorities and private foundations. He has participated in EU and UN missions in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Cambodia, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Mali, Mozambique, Nigeria, South Africa, Uganda and Zimbabwe. Professor Huliaras was an elected member of the Governing Boards of the University of Peloponnese and of the Hellenic Political Science Association.