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Peace Studies’ Policy Impact: Northern Ireland
Dr Carlo Aldrovandi publishes in The Conversation on increased tensions during Ramadan
Maja Halilovic Pastuovic‘s new edited collection ‘Vulnerability and Resilience to Violent Extremism: An Actor Centric Approach’ is out!

Public seminar exploring the life of Fr. Paolo Dall’Oglio

Congratulations to Maja Halilovic Pastuovic and Gillian Wylie on starting the new project GEMS!

Dr David Mitchell gives keynote lecture at conference on language and conflict
Maja Halilovic Pastuovic publishes Strategic Insight for The Azure Forum
  • Professor Linda Hogan is admitted to Royal Irish Academy
  • David Mitchell on the role of reconcilation in peace research and practice
  • Etain Tannam on panel for Irish Association seminar on Britishness, Irishness and other identities in N. Ireland
  • Watch ‘Peace Studies on the Island of Ireland’ webinar
  • David Mitchell in media as Good Friday Agreement anniversary marked
  • Etain Tannam writes about the 25th anniversary of the Belfast/Good Friday Agreement
  • ISE at 50 webinar, 30 March, ‘Peace Studies on the Island of Ireland’
  • Watch back: ‘Religion, Conflict and Peace in Ireland and Beyond’
  • ‘Receptive Ecumenism as Transformative Ecclesial Learning’ book launch
  • Booking open for January webinar, ‘Religion, Conflict and Peace in Ireland and Beyond’
  • Congratulations to Professor Linda Hogan on Honorory Doctorate
  • Book Launch: Reconciling Divided States, edited by Dong Jin Kim and David Mitchell
  • International visitors hosted for conference and field visits
  • Dong Jin Kim Co-authored a New Research Report on US-China Competition and the Korean Peninsula
  • Watch ‘Faiths in Changing Ireland: Belonging and Going Beyond’
  • Dong Jin Kim Publishes New Research Article in the Pacific Review
  • David Mitchell Appears on Al Jazeera to Discuss Nothern Ireland Census Results
  • David Mitchell writes in The Conversation about Unionists and the Monarchy
  • ‘Faiths in Changing Ireland: Belonging and Going Beyond’ Webinar, 6th October
  • Dong Jin Kim Publishes Blog Post for Oxford University Press (OUP) Blog on Global Health Diplomacy
  • Watch Eco-justice and Peace on the Island of Ireland and Beyond Panel Discussion
  • Dr Dong Jin Kim interviewed by UnRival on Peace and Reconciliation Research
  • Eco-justice and Peace on the Island of Ireland and Beyond
  • Etain Tannam in the Media
  • Etain Tannam is Guest on UCL’s ‘Uncovering Politics’ podcast
  • Etain Tannam Publishes Blog Post for UCL Constitution Unit on Future of Good Friday Agreement After the NI Assembly Election
  • ‘Putin is Hitler’ - analogies come under the spotlight in David Mitchell’s article in The Conversation
  • Watch ISE at 50 Webinar on the Challenges of Ecumenism in Ireland Today
  • Dong Jin Kim Publishes New Article in International Affairs
  • March ISE Webinar: The Ecumenical Movement and Just Peace on the Island of Ireland
  • John and Pat Hume Foundation: Building Common Ground - 10 March
  • Book on Irish and Korean Peace Processes is Trinity Long Room Hub ‘Publication in Focus’
  • Watch Back a Civic Conversation on the Lessons of the Peace Process
  • New book, edited by Dong Jin Kim and David Mitchell
  • Etain Tannam is Guest on Latest ARINS Podcast
  • Join ISE for a Civic Conversation on the Lessons of the Peace Process
  • Etain Tannam Analyses the Protocol in the Irish Independent
  • Korean Embassy Event
  • Etain Tannam Joins BBC Talkback Discussion
  • Etain Tannam in the Media
  • Celebrating ISE at 50 Webinar Series - Gender and Peacebuilding on a Shared Island
  • Prof Etain Tannam Interviewed for Financial Times Brexit Briefing
  • International Peace Studies Graduate Appointed as Ambassador
  • Celebrating ISE at 50 Webinar Series - Ireland, Island of Peace
  • International Day for the Elimination of Sexual Violence in Conflict
  • Key Report on Referendums on Unification Launched
  • Etain Tannam is Guest Speaker at Peace Accords Seminar
  • Teaching Ecumenism in the Context of World Christianity
  • ISE at 50 Webinar Explores Emerging Irish Identities
  • Conference: Laudato Si’ - Women, Solidarity, and Ecology - 2 - 4 June 2021
  • Yaser Alashqar Looks at the Long Struggle of the Palestinians
  • Dr Carlo Aldrovandi Writes in The Conversation on the Spiralling Violence in Jerusalem
  • Etain Tannam Joins BBC ‘Briefing Room’ Discussion
  • Etain Tannam Meets with Oireachtas Joint Committee on Good Friday Agreement
  • Prof. Jude Lal Fernando Speaks at University of Cambridge Lecture Series
  • New Article in The Conversation by David Mitchell
  • Dr. Dong Jin Kim in Conversation at Corrymeela
  • Celebrating ISE at 50 Webinar Series, Centenary of Partition and a Shared Island
  • Special issue of Irish Political Studies published
  • Window to my World: Resistance and Justice, World Poetry Day 2021
  • Professor Jude Lal Fernando Appointed Champion for Inclusive Curriculum Project
  • Dr Dong Jin Kim Publishes New Article in Globalizations
  • Prof. Etain Tannam participates in BBC Radio 4 The Briefing Room
  • Prof. David Mitchell Presents at PyeongChang Peace Forum 2021
  • Congratulations to Prof Gillian Wylie on her Role in University of Sanctuary Success
  • Celebrating Doctoral Success!
  • Dr Dong Jin Kim Gives a Lecture at the Korea-Europe Center Inauguration Conference
  • Ecumenical Movement and Reconciliation in Ireland and Beyond Webinar
  • Two Important Conversations on Global Ethics Day
  • Genderhub Now Live
  • Reflections on the Legacy of Gerard Mannion
  • Dr Dong Jin Kim Appointed to be a Goodwill Ambassador for Peace on the Korean Peninsula
  • Professor Linda Hogan Writes on Covid-19 Vaccine Development and Ethics
  • Publication on Peacebuilding and Korean Civil Society
  • Professor Brendan Browne Publishes Article on Dangers of Online Teaching
  • Exploring Brexit and the Northern Ireland Protocol
  • Shared Island - the Legacy of John Hume
  • Professor David Mitchell Contributes to Portugal news documentary
  • Interfaith Community Provides a Virtual Space for Hope, Courage and Support
  • Long Room Hub Highlights West Bank Research Project
  • Post-pandemic Scenarios for Northern Ireland
  • Prof. David Mitchell Publishes New Research on Contacts Between Peace Processes
  • New Series Examines the Impact of the Pandemic on Democracies Worldwide
  • Major Grant Success for Professor Brendan Ciarán Browne
  • Professor Etain Tannam is Elected to Fellowship
  • Publication of ‘Resistance to Empire and Militarization: reclaiming the sacred’
  • Professor Brendan Browne Writes on Problematising Resilience in ‘Development in Practice’
  • ‘What Does it Mean to be Human in the 21st Century?’ with Professor Linda Hogan at the Long Room Hub Celebration Showcase
  • Prof. Etain Tannam Interviewed by The Guardian Following Irish Election Result
  • Conflict and Dispute Resolution Graduation