Visiting Scholar Professor Darren Kew returns to the Mitchell Institute to conduct research on religious-based peacemakers in Northern Ireland
A legal challenge to the British government’s new laws to deal with the legacy of the Northern Ireland Troubles is underway - but it shouldn’t be left to families
Queen’s has announced the appointment of three Professors to newly established Chairs in the Senator George J. Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Security and Justice.
Queen’s report ‘Conflict, Trauma and Mental Health - How psychological services in Northern Ireland address the needs of victims and survivors”, finds that more psychological services are needed for victims and survivors of the Troubles.
High-level discussions between Taliban leaders and US officials have taken place in Doha this week, at a time of humanitarian crises in Afghanistan. These are the first face-to-face discussions since the Taliban retook power in 2021.
Mitchell Institute Fellow Professor Colin Harvey is one of six new Commission Members recommended for appointment to the Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission.
Congratulations to Mitchell Institute Honorary Professor of Practice, Peter Sheridan, Chief Executive of Co-operation Ireland, on being awarded a CBE in the King’s Birthday Honours 2023.
The Mitchell Institute, in collaboration with the Royal Irish Academy (RIA) and the University of Notre Dame recently co-hosted the third Conversations on Britishness and Irishness event.
Academics from Queen’s have been officially admitted to the Royal Irish Academy in recognition of their outstanding academic achievements in the humanities and social sciences.
Prof Kieran McEvoy, Mitchell Institute Theme Lead: Rights and Social Justice, Professor of Law and Transitional Justice, School of Law
The Senator George J. Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Security and Justice, in collaboration with the Royal Irish Academy (RIA) and the University of Notre Dame recently co-hosted the second Conversations on Britishness and Irishness event.
We are delighted to announce that Dr Avila Kilmurray has been appointed as Honorary Professor of Practice to the Senator George J. Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Security and Justice.
Mr Dermot Nesbitt, a key member of the Ulster Unionist Party’s team in the negotiations leading to the Belfast/Good Friday Agreement, has, as an honorary Professor at QUB, made available a collection of his papers for a new online archive.
We are delighted to announce that Dr James E. Waller, Cohen Professor of Holocaust and Genocide Studies at Keene State College has commenced another tenure as Visiting Scholar at the Mitchell Institute.
We are delighted to announce that Prof Melani Cammett has been appointed as Honorary Professor to the Mitchell Institute. Melani previously held a Visiting Scholar title at the Institute.