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Home of the DFID-funded Conflict Research Programme (CRP) Director: Professor Mary Kaldor
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LSE Conflict and Civil Society Research Unit Oct 17
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Mohamed H. Ingiriis Oct 12
I'm so delighted to be taking up Fellowship with the Conflict Research Programme (CRP) at the Department of International Development of the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). My concentration will be the political economy of conflict-ridden southern Somalia.
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LSE WPS Oct 17
New Blog: The paradox of plenty & its impact on gendered policy. Eliana Cusato critiques the resource curse theory linking natural resources & war, showing how this approach is limited & fails to address structural forms of gendered violence:
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LSE Conflict and Civil Society Research Unit Oct 17
'Cash and contradictions: On the limits of Middle Eastern influence in Now available to read in by Professor Alex de Waal
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LSE Conflict and Civil Society Research Unit Oct 17
NEW article in which describes more on transnational african conflicts. It dismantles the assumption that most African conflicts are internal or civilian-led. ( )
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SSRC Oct 16
The SSRC's Next Generation Social Sciences in Africa program () has three open fellowships to support the completion of doctoral degrees in Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania, and Uganda. Please share these opportunities (threaded) with your networks.
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LSE Intl Relations Oct 16
JOIN US NEXT WEEK! UPCOMING BOOK LAUNCH Anatomies of Revolution and host the launch of latest book on Tuesday 22/10/19, 6.30-8.00pm in Sumeet Valrani Theatre, 1st floor, CBG, LSE. More information:
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The Conversation Oct 16
The Kurds are hoping for some autonomy within
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LSE Conflict and Civil Society Research Unit Oct 16
NEW BLOG | "We systematically revisited the main datasets used for quantitative research on African conflicts, and created a *revised* dataset that codes conflicts for their level of transnational involvement." 👇
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LSE Conflict and Civil Society Research Unit Oct 15
HAPPENING NOW | Law, justice and civicness: lessons from South Sudan
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@Africa_IAI Oct 15
We are at event on South Sudan's Injsutice System with authour , Alex De Waal Director and lawyer David Deng.
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LSE Conflict and Civil Society Research Unit Oct 15
Looking forward to seeing everyone this evening for the Law, justice and civicness: lessons from event & book launch | 18:30, Wolfson Theatre, LSE👉 We will be selling a handful of Dr Rachel Ibreck's new book with £10👇
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Koen Vlassenroot Oct 15
and in action, presenting challenges of (female) researchers in Congo en reporting on findings of during Conflict Research Programme annual meeting.
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Africa@LSE Oct 15
Our annual report is out now – take a look at the many events, research projects, outreach activities and engagement programmes we've launched in the 2018/19 academic year. As the FLCA grows, next year we'll have more to show!
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Women Know MENA Oct 15
Iraqi youth protesters: Who they are, what they want, and what’s next by
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LSE Conflict and Civil Society Research Unit Oct 15
NEW | Policy Memo on 'Transnational Conflict in Africa' This memo accompanies the journal article published last week in the Journal of Modern African Studies () A blog will follow shortly... Read here >>
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LSE Conflict and Civil Society Research Unit Oct 15
Event launching this tonight at LSE!
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Journal of Modern African Studies Oct 11
New article on transnational conflict in Africa by Noel Twagiramungu, @AlladDuursma, , and Alex de Waal available on first view
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Allard Duursma Oct 14
Check out these maps that visualize the extent of transnational conflict in Africa in different time periods. The maps are part of the supplementary material of an article by Noel Twagiramungu, Mulugeta Gebrehiwot Berhe, Alex de Waal and me in
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LSE Conflict and Civil Society Research Unit Oct 14
Replying to @racibreck
This event will launch the book 'South Sudan's Injustice System: Law and Activism on the Frontline' by panellist and CRP researcher Rachel Ibreck (). A handful of copies will be available for sale at the event for £10. First-come-first served.
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