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PhD Opportunities

7 Fully Funded LINCS PhD Scholarships available for 2017

1/12/2016 - Leverhulme Interdisciplinary Network on Cybersecurity and Society (LINCS)

Grant Success

Major Grant Success in Education in Divided Societies

9/12/2016 - Team successful in GCRF / ESRC Network Grant


Deadline for Winter School applications extended to 16 January 2016

15/12/2016 - Peace Building and Conflict Transformation Winter School 2017

PhD Opportunities

10 DfE PGR Studentships available for 2017

22/12/2016 - 10 Postgraduate Research Studentships ring fenced for The Senator George. J Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Security and Justice.

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Keynote Lecture Series

10/01/2017 - Institute’s Distinguished Professorial Fellow delivers series of keynote lectures.

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Tyrrell Prize 2017

23/01/2017 - The Dr and Mrs Tyrrell Prize for Conflict Transformation and Social Justice

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Ministry on a Wounded and Wonderful Island

13/02/2017 - The Senator George J Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Security and Justice hosted an event in the 4 Corners Festival, ‘Ministry on a Wounded and Wonderful Island,’ on Thursday 9 February 2017.

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Senior Research Fellow appointed a Trustee of Conciliation Resources

13/02/2017 - Dr Katy Hayward, a seconded Senior Research Fellow at the Institute for 2016/17, has been appointed a Trustee of Conciliation Resources, one of the largest UK-based independent international organisations working in the global field of peacebuilding.

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Inter-Ethnic Conflict Transformation Methods: Applications in Eastern Africa

28/03/2017 - Mitchell Institute Hosts Fr Patrick Devine on Conflict Transformation in Eastern Africa

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Trump justified but unpredictable

11/04/2017 - The recent airstrikes on Syria by the US were justified. But Trump’s policymaking is dangerously unpredictable says Dr Julie Norman.

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‘The roots of Trump’s “travel ban”’

12/04/2017 - Zaheer Kazmi, Institute Fellow, on ‘The roots of Trump’s “travel ban”’