IPSA Colloquium 2023: The Nation as a Sacred Communion
The Centre for the Study of Ethnic Conflict will be hosting the IPSA 2023 Colloquium from May 31st to June 2nd entitled The Nation as a Sacred Communion. For more info and to register, view the conference page.
Call for Papers: Conflict Research Society Annual Conference 2022 Reassessing Conflict Research8 March 2022
The Centre for the Study of Ethnic Conflict brings together staff of the School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy & Politics with research expertise on, and interest in, this practical puzzle: how do contemporary states and international organisations negotiate and communicate with residents of ethnically different origin, elaborate and implement policies of minority protection, maintain and improve relations between group who perceive of themselves as having different, and at times conflicting, perennial identities? The focus of Centre's work is on the social and political origins of ethnic conflict, policy instruments of conflict prevention, post conflict reconciliation and peace building, and on comparative analyses of intergroup conflicts across the globe.