Dr. Una Murray has over twenty-seven years of international experience working on development issues with a strong track record of publishing. Una is the Director of a Masters in International Development Practice at the National University of Ireland, Galway, where she teaches on policy and programme planning, and also teaches on gender and climate justice on a MSc in Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security. Una began her career at FAO, and now works more broadly as an Evaluator and Consultant across a wide range of United Nations organisations (ILO, UNICEF, UNDP, UNECE) as well as bilateral organisations (including Irish Aid, DFID), focusing on topics such as migration, labour, social protection, gender and social inclusion across a range of sectors (agriculture, environment, climate change etc). She is currently leading an Irish Research Council funded research project on the role of social protection in climate change adaptation and displacement. She is on the Board of DÓCHAS, SightSavers Ireland and the Irish Forum for International Agricultural Development (IFIAD). She previously worked as a Lecturer in University College Cork and taught on a MA in Rural Development at two universities in Ethiopia.