Vincenzo Carbone is an ACLED Researcher. He has been working with ACLED since April 2021, focusing on political violence in Central Africa and Latin America. Vincenzo holds a MA in Humanitarian Action and Conflict Response from the University of Manchester and a MA in Environmental Anthropology, and he is involved in the research on the nexus between natural resource management and political unrest in the Amazon rainforest. Moreover, he has extensive experience working with NGOs in Africa and Latin America, with a particular focus on monitoring and evaluation of large programs.