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Philipp Schulz PhD Student

Research Institute
Transitional Justice Institute
Room 21D63
Dalriada House
Ulster University
Co. Antrim
BT37 0QB
+44 (0)2890 366577

Philipp Schulz is a PhD candidate at the Transitional Justice Institute (TJI). Having commenced his  studies in October 2014, Philipp is currently in his third year. His research focuses on transitional justice for male survivors of sexual violence in Northern Uganda, and sets out to investigate what 'justice' means from the perspective of male survivors of sexual violence. Philipp's research interests include transitional justice; gender and masculinities; sexual violence and Northern Uganda, and on a meta-level, with his research Philipp hopes to challenge dominant narratives about gender as well as to broaden commonly accepted conceptualizations of justice. For this field research in Northern Uganda, Philipp has been affiliated as a research associate with the Refugee Law Project (RLP) at the School of Law at Makerere University. He holds a MA from the Department for Peace and Conflict Research (DPCR) at Uppsala University and a BA in Political Science from Philipps-University Marburg/Germany. Previously, Philipp worked with the Justice and Reconciliation Project (JRP) in Northern Uganda and conducted additional field-research in Rwanda and Bosnia-Herzegovina.

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