Dulguun Batmunkh is a development cooperation professional experienced in designing and implementing multi-stakeholder partnership projects. She is currently pursuing a MA in international policy at Stanford School of Humanities and Sciences as a Knight-Hennesey Scholar.
In her previous position as the Program Manager of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Mongolia, she focused on conducting projects that support the effective participation of youth and women in politics through educational programmes and sustainable networking platforms. Furthermore, Dulguun works to strengthen the dialogue between Mongolian and international foreign policy experts through regular foreign policy study projects and international consultation platforms.
Alongside her official work, she has been involved in several youth-led activities of the United Nations and served as the Secretary General of the United Nations Youth Advisory Panel Mongolia from 2013 to 2016. She contributed to the development of the monthly trilateral meeting between the Government of Mongolia, the UN agencies in Mongolia and youth organisations to promote the meaningful participation of young people at the decision-making level. Dulguun is also one of the co-founders of the annual Model UNESCO Mongolia, which aims to provide young people with equal opportunities to learn about practical diplomacy as well as to inspire them to be active and informed global citizens.