Transitional Justice Institute updates.
Dr Khanyisela Moyo’s Postcolonial Transitional Justice: Zimbabwe and Beyond, has just been published by Routledge.
Recent interviews with Professor Monica McWilliams.
The School of Applied Social and Policy Sciences (ASPS) is advertising three lectureships in criminology, sociology and social work and a postdoctoral research associate position in public policy and public administration.
Thanks to a charitable donation we are able to offer this Scholarship to one student on either the LLM Gender, Conflict and Human Rights or the LLM Human Rights Law and Transitional Justice at Ulster University.
Dr Mark Simpson, Dr Ciara Fitzpatrick and Dr Jed Meers (York) convened the Social Rights, Social Citizenship and the Welfare State Stream for a third successful year and had a record number of submissions. The panel included a guest appearance from Special Rapporteur for Human Rights and Extreme Poverty, Philip Alston, who discussed his recent visit to the UK.
Introducing a new article published by a recent TJI PhD graduate, David McKeever, 'Rumour and decertification in exile politics: evidence from the Egyptian case' (2019) Globalizations, pages 1-15.
Transitional justice processes are now considered to be crucial steps in facilitating the move from conflict or repression to a secure democratic future.
Dr Thomas Hansen has published an article, in the Journal of Strategic Studies, entitled 'In Pursuit of accountability during and after war'.
Introducing a new book published by TJI PhD graduate, Dr Cathy Bollaert, entitled "Reconciliation and Building a Sustainable Peace: Competing Worldviews in South Africa and Beyond".
We are pleased to announce the publication of the feminists@law Special Issue ‘Engendering Political Settlements: Theoretical and Practical Perspectives on Inclusion’.
Congratulations to Prof Siobhán Wills who has been awarded a grant of £80,942.30 from the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) for this research project on The Port-au-Prince-Rio Connection: 'Collateral Damage' by UN Troops in Haiti and Brazilian Troops in Rio.