Kiriloi Ingram
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Dr Kiriloi M. Ingram is a postdoctoral research fellow with the Australian Graduate School of Policing and Security at Charles Sturt University working on the Contemporary Threats to Australian Security (CTAS) project. She received her doctorate in Political Science at the University of Queensland in 2022. Her research analyses on the role of gender in non-state politically motivated violent group’s propaganda and politico-military strategies, and her thesis analysed how and why Islamic State propaganda constructs and manipulates gender to target and appeal to transnational audiences.

She has published extensively with international forums, including the International Centre for Counter Terrorism at The Hague, Lawfare, VOX-Pol, ABC Australia, and the Australian Institute for International Affairs, as well as in high ranking academic journals including ‘Terrorism and Political Violence’ and ‘Journal for Deradicalization’.


She regularly presents her research at national and international conferences to academic, government, and industry audiences such as at the Centre of Excellence for National Security Workshop of S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (Singapore), Australian Political Studies Association Conference (Australia), Terrorism and Social Media Conference (United Kingdom), and Charles Sturt University's Terrorism Masterclasses. 

In 2019, Kiriloi was recognised and appointed as a Pacific Forum Young Leader, and in 2022 Kiriloi was recognised in the Top 25 Young Women to Watch in International Affairs. Kiriloi also holds a Bachelor of Arts with an extended major in Political Science from UQ, and a Bachelor of International Security Studies with Honours from the Australian National University.

Professionally, Kiriloi has supported gender sensitive peacebuilding and P/CVE programme development in Mindanao, Southern Philippines, Raqqa, Syria, Indonesia, Bangladesh. Her work aims to equip and empower local women to develop their own strategies to build meaningful peace in their local communities.

Expertise related to UN Sustainable Development Goals

In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):

  • SDG 16 - Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions

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Bachelor of International Security Studies, Honours (First Class), Australian National University

Bachelor of Arts, Extended Major in Political Science, Minor in Religion, The University of Queensland

Political Science, Doctor of Philosophy, The Islamic State's Gendered Propaganda: Mobilisng Women and Men from Territorial Control to Insurgency, The University of Queensland


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