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Dec
8

Democracy in sub-Saharan Africa: recent talk given by Peace Studies' academic David Harris

University of Bradford lecturer David Harris, specialist in post-conflict justice and state re-building gave a talk on sub-Saharan Democracy, at Otley Labour Club on the 18th November 2015, in which David talked about about democracy in sub-Saharan Africa and why its complex development is impacting on the number of refugees arriving at the UK's doorstep in Calais, Dunkirk and beyond. Helen Toft, has written a review of the talk:

Dec
8

Bradford Rotary Peace Centre: 2016 Visiting Researcher Programme: Call for Applications

The Visiting Researcher Programme provides funding for an expert in the field of Peace and Conflict Resolution broadly defined to spend up to six months at the Bradford Rotary Peace Centre. The funding will cover the costs of travel to the Peace Centre, as well as accommodation and subsistence whilst located at the Peace Centre. During their time at the Centre the Visiting Researcher will be expected to produce (i) a publication or series of publications based on research undertaken whilst at the Centre and (ii) undertake a series of activities with Rotary Peace Fellows. Ideally the visiting Researcher will start their stay at the Bradford Centre by 1 February 2015 but a later starting date will be considered where relevant.