Lila Caballero

Lila Caballero is head of projects at Counterpoint and the project manager and senior researcher on the Recapturing Europe’s Reluctant Radicals project.

As head of projects she monitors the finances and delivery of all Counterpoint’s projects, drawing from over five years of experience on research projects in Mexico and the UK, and a brief career in the Mexican financial sector.

Lila holds a PhD in Government and an Msc in Comparative Politics from the London School of Economics. During her postgraduate studies she focused on the underlying power dynamics of institutions, which are deeply rooted in culture and traditions. At Counterpoint she has been able to continue exploring the ‘hidden wiring’ and cultural complexities of European institutions, mainly through her work on populism. Lila has authored, co-authored and commissioned various pieces on the hidden wiring of populism within the Reluctant Radicals project, and often writes short pieces on current events for the Counterpoint website.
She is bilingual in Spanish and English and fluent in French.
 
Contact:
lila.caballero[at]counterpoint.uk.com

OUR SERVICES

Strategic advice to manage new forms of cultural and social risks

Decoding cultures and making sense of context

Learn more

Interpreting public behaviour and emotions

Learn more

Crafting the right conversations

Learn more

News & events

people backs

Bonne Année – Local realities of migration: emotions, institutions, conflict and cooperation

We have just launched our new report comparing local realities of migration in Europe.  Counterpoint explored local and personal experiences of migration in communities...

greatdepression

Tentacles of Circumstance: The Political Consequences of Inequality

To explore the complex effects of inequality on European societies, this volume brings together essays by scholars of economic history, sociology, psychology and philosophy....

Lee3

Historic errors set in stone

Public monuments seem to have become the lightning rod of our cultural wars: from Robert E Lee, to Cecil Rhodes, to intimations that Nelson...