11/06/2018 - Following a recent conference at Queen's University, Jamie Pow summarises some of the main themes arising from the discussions led by some of the world’s leading scholars of the Good Friday Agreement and European politics.
Honorary Professorship awarded to Former Speaker of the Northern Ireland Assembly Mitchel McLaughlin
22/05/2018 - Queen’s University Belfast has awarded former Speaker of the Northern Ireland Assembly, Mitchel McLaughlin an Honorary Professorship in Peace Studies at the Senator George J. Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Security and Justice.
18/05/2018 - Queen’s University Belfast has awarded former Northern Ireland First Minister Peter Robinson an Honorary Professorship in Peace Studies at the Senator George J. Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Security and Justice.
1/05/2018 - The definition of ‘autonomy’ and the blurring of boundaries between legitimate use and abuse stand in the way of an agreed consensus on the future of lethal robots.
30/04/2018 - Trauma Testimonies as Public Narrative and Reparative Action: Reflections from the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission
16/04/2018 - Mitchell Institute Senior Research Fellow, Dr Eva Urban, invited to join the organizing committee for the British Academy-Humboldt Stiftung Frontiers of Humanities symposia.
26/03/2018 - Four LINCS PhD students - Konstantin Macher, Mark Williams, Matt O'Neill and Jamie Day - represented Queen's University Belfast in the UK's first interdisciplinary Cyber 9/12 Cyber Policy and Strategy Competition at the BT Tower in London.