Daniel Hyslop is the Director of Policy, Learning and the International Peacebuilding Advisory Team (IPAT). He is responsible for leading Interpeace’s learning and policy agenda that aims to improve the state of knowledge on effective peacebuilding practice and use it to inform better international peacebuilding policy.
Daniel joined Interpeace in early 2018 and was previously the Research Director at the Institute for Economics and Peace where he led a wide research agenda on measuring peace, the economic costs of violence and understanding the drivers of positive peace. He has worked as a research and policy consultant to the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), the World Bank, Commonwealth Secretariat, and Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) where he has led numerous peacebuilding and international development related research and policy projects.
Originally from Australia, he previously worked in the Australian civil service, in political affairs, and in academic environments at Peking University and University of Sydney. He holds first-class honours Masters in Economics and Social Science from the University of Sydney.