Associates

The following Programme Associates are involved in the Peace Process strand of research on the Political Settlements Research Programme

Dr Astrid Jamar

Astrid Jamar is a Lecturer at the Open University and Affiliate of PSRP. She has been researching transitional justice in Rwanda and Burundi since 2006 and worked in the field in both countries with several international NGOs and local institutions. She gives overall assistance to the programme, along with research on peace agreements.

Political Settlements Research Programme Logo

Dr Sahla Aroussi

Programme Associate (PA-X)

Dr Sahla Aroussi is a Research Associate at the University of Coventry. Her research interests lie in the field of gender and conflict, in particular the UN’s agenda on Women, Peace and Security; peace agreements; transitional justice; wartime sexual violence; and gender equality in transitional societies.

See more

Projects: Peace Processes

Political Settlements Research Programme Logo

Dr Andrea Birdsall

Programme Associate (PA-X)

Dr Andrea Birdsall is a Lecturer in International Relations and Co-Director of Undergraduate Teaching in the School of Social and Political Science at the University of Edinburgh. She is also the Co-Director of the MSc in Global Crime, Justice and Security.  Her main research interests lie in the interplay between International Relations and International Law with a particular focus on human rights, international criminal justice and global governance.

See more

Projects: Peace Processes

 

Political Settlements Research Programme Logo

Dr Cindy Wittke (Daase)

Programme Associate (PA-X)

Dr Cindy Daase is a Senior Research Fellow (Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin) with the Department of Politics and Public Administration at the University of Konstanz. Her research interests cover internationalised peace agreements between state and non-state parties to settle protracted intra-state conflicts, the role of the United Nations/Security Council, regional organisations, non-state actors, arbitration during the negotiation and implementation of peace agreements.

See more

Projects: Peace Processes

Dr Sean Molloy

Programme Associate

Sean Molloy is a Research Associate at Newcastle University, having completed his PhD at Edinburgh Law School with the thesis, ‘The Business of Peace: Exploring the Relationship Between Business, Socioeconomic Rights, and Transitional Justice’.

See more