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Peace Studies 2013/14 Annual Report Launched

Published: Wed 5 Mar 2014
Peace Studies 2013/14 Annual Report Launched

The University of Bradford's Peace Studies Division has launched a special edition of its latest Annual Report, which focuses on the theme: "Peace Studies 40th Anniversary: Past, Present and Future"

The Department of Peace Studies at the University of Bradford has a global reputation as the pre-eminent academic centre of excellence for peace and conflict research. It is impossible to go around the world and not hear the University of Bradford identified regularly and consistently, throughout academic and political circles, as the leading international centre for teaching and research in peace studies.

It combines empirical, theoretical and applied research with sustained engagement at international, regional, national and local levels to analyse, prevent and resolve conflicts and develop peaceful societies. Since the Division was established in 1973/4, it has produced nearly 3,000 graduates and 60 PhDs between 2007 and 2013, making a significant contribution to global education for peace, and peace studies graduates have progressed to important positions and high-profile roles in international relations, peace mediation, conflict management and national development.

The Division will be holding a special conference to celebrate its anniversary in May, more details can be found on the Peace Studies 40 website.

Peace Studies Annual Report 2013/14 (2.4mb PDF)

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