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The Irish School of Ecumenics provides research supervision across disciplinary fields which include the ethics and theology of conflict and peace; reconciliation; human rights and ethics in international affairs; interreligious dialogue and intercultural theology; ecumenical theology; gender issues; development and globalisation; the interplay of politics and religion etc. The ISE offers a structured PhD. Students work with their supervisor(s) over a four year period and are required to take a minimum of 10ECTS in taught modules to develop their research skills over the course of their studies. For further information see individual staff pages or contact Ms Helen Murphy at

Jean-Marie Mbombo celebrating his doctoral graduation with TCD Vice Chancellor Mary Robinson. Jean Marie's PhD concerned liberal peacebuilding in West Africa.

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John Agberagba receives his Certificate in Innovation and Entrepreneurship from the TCD-UCD innovation academy. John's PhD thesis explored women's peacebuilding and human needs in the Benue Valley Nigeria. Erin Dyer and Federica deSisto at their PhD graduation.



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Last updated 5 December 2018 by Irish School of Ecumenics (Email).