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  • Book Launch: Reconciling Divided States, edited by Dong Jin Kim and David Mitchel
  • 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