Dec 17 - Jan 18 News

Loss and the Language of Dance: embodying displacement in Turkey

LATEST NEWS | 4 December, 2017

Department for Economy funded research – Global Challenge Research Funding

The new U.S. plan in Afghanistan may add a local militia. That might be a bad idea.

LATEST NEWS | 7 December, 2017

The US are promoting a plan to deploy civilian defense militia (a unique form of Pro-Government Militia) in #Afghanistan. In a new @monkeycageblog piece Govinda Clayton and Andrew Thomson highlight why this is likely to be a very bad idea.

Refugees and Police Violence in Calais

LATEST NEWS | 12 December, 2017

Institute Research Fellow, Dr Fiona Murphy, reflects on ethical responsibility and everyday violence in Calais.

How about a Great Green Wall?

LATEST NEWS | 18 December, 2017

Fr Patrick Devine and the Shalom Center: Living out the ‘Church Without Walls’ in Africa

Mitchell Institute Graduation Success Stories – Paul Gallagher and Rachel Powell

Graduation | 20 December, 2017

Students on the MA in Conflict Transformation and Social Justice in the Senator George J Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Security and Justice celebrated their graduation last week.

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5 Fully Funded LINCS PhD Scholarships available for 2018

PhD Opportunities | 21 January, 2018

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS EXTENDED TO 5.00 pm on Thursday 18 January 2018.

Beyond liberal Islam

LATEST NEWS | 3 January, 2018

Professor Richard English awarded CBE

LATEST NEWS | 15 January, 2018

The Institute congratulates Mitchell Institute Distinguished Fellow Richard English on being awarded a CBE in the New Year's Honours List