Dylan Bokler studied International Relations at the Universidad del Salvador (USAL) in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and completed part of his studies at the University of Glasgow (UofG). Currently, he is finishing his MA in Governance and Human Rights at the Universidad Autonoma de Madrid (UAM). He is also a graduate of the National Defense Superior Course at the Universidad de la Defensa Nacional (UNDEF).
He has worked and collaborated with numerous NGOs, International Organisations and Think Tanks in the fields of Foreign Affairs, Security and Defence and the Protection of Fundamental Rights, such as the Argentine Council for International Relations, the Anne Frank House Argentina, the Ibero-American General Secretariat (SEGIB), and in the organisation of international summits like the World Economic Forum in Latin America 2017, the T20 2018, and the BAPA+40 United Nations South-South Cooperation Conference 2019.
Dylan is fluent in Spanish, English and Portuguese and has an intermediate knowledge of French.