Division: Peace Studies
Research interests: The Responsibility to Protect (R2P), military intervention, British Foreign Policy, West Africa, Sierra Leone
PhD Title: Evaluating the ‘success’ of British military intervention in Sierra Leone 15 years on: Domestic outcomes and their implications on interventional globally.
Supervisors: Dr David Harris and Professor Caroline Hughes
Conferences: Putting the Responsibility to Protect at the Centre of Europe. University of Leeds, October 13th-14th 2016.
Post-Graduate Research Conference. University of Bradford, October 2014.
Publications: Scott, L (2016) Successful intervention? Critical reflections on the legacy of British military intervention in Sierra Leone. Peace, Conflict and Development: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 22, 179-203.
Policy and Planning, Civil-Military Coordination Section, United Nations OCHA, Geneva, 2015.
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.