Although traditionally silent on gender, the past decade witnessed the increasing utilization of gender lenses - and in particular diverse feminist theories - to elucidate the gendered workings of post-conflict transitions.
International Conflict Research Institute, INCORE, drives forward research and teaching uncovering and explaining the causes and consequence of conflict
Research at INCORE explores a range of expertise that spans criminology, community work, governance, peace-making, political science, public administration, public policy, restorative practice, social policy, sociology, social work and youth work.
Social science research at Ulster University has a distinguished history of producing research impact that enhance policy, justice and service delivery both locally and globally.
Ulster University has a number of PhD students working on peace and conflict-related research in a number of faculties and departments.