Associates

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

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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.

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Projects: Peace Processes

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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.

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Projects: Peace Processes

 

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Dr Cindy 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.

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Projects: Peace Processes

Dr Alex Schwartz

Programme Associate (PA-X)

Dr Alex Schwartz  is a Lecturer at the School of Law at the Queen’s University of Belfast. His research interest lies in judicial behaviour, comparative constitutional law, consociationalism, and power-sharing.

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Projects: Peace Processes