PEACE

Research group

The PEACE research group conducts research that is interdisciplinary, reflecting the importance of different analytical approaches and methods to understand and respond to complex social phenomena related to peace and conflict. In particular our research seek to understand the processes that bring societies together, and on ways in which peace can be built, maintained and spread. Many of the processes that aim to achieve or sustain peace often tend to exclude local communities. The PEACE research group focuses on local ownership and participation in peace processes, perspectives from below. How individuals, groups and nations navigate their way in divided societies.

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Presentation

Title

Date
By Professor Ana Luisa Sanchez Laws, CPS
Ethical approaches to communicating news about armed conflict using immersive journalism
22.2.2021
By Associate Professor Mohammad Salehin, CPS
Stateless in the Bengali borderlands: New technologies and challenges for identity and identification
29.3.2021
By Postdoc Zerihun Woldeselassie,  CPS                             
19.4.2021
By Dr. Torsten Risør, Project Manager Ingvill Konradsen and medical student, PhD student Håvard Søndenå 

Rural Health for Peace  - a collaboration to strengthen access to health in rural Colombia

26.4.2021


 



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PEACE – Research group


Centre for Peace Studies (CPS), UiT The Arctic University of Norway, PO Box 6050 Langnes, N-9037 Tromsø, Norway
Nedre lysthus, Huginbakken 9, 9019 Tromsø


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