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Zuleika Arashiro
Senior Research Fellow

Dr Zuleika Arashiro has returned to the Brotherhood of St Laurence in 2017 as part of the Inclusive Communities team.

In 2010–11, Zuleika managed the Financial Inclusion area at the Research and Policy Centre. She has also worked as a lecturer in International Relations at the Australian National University, and has provided policy consultancy in Australia and Brazil. Zuleika holds a PhD in International Relations.

Zuleika is researching the value that smaller community organisations bring as providers of social services, and working in a service development project about capacity building of smaller organisations.

Contact: zarashiro(at)bsl.org.au 

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