Ousmane’s research will explore the role of identity and legitimacy in the collaboration between the United Nations and Regional Economic Communities in peacekeeping/peacebuilding operations.
Dr. Rygiel’s research focuses on citizenship, migration and border security in North America and Europe. Projects include research on community-based initiatives fostering cultural pluralism in Europe and on Syrian refugees in Turkey.
Reina Neufeldt is an Associate Professor in the Peace and Conflict Studies program at Conrad Grebel University College and the University of Waterloo. Her research focuses on questions related […]
Felicia Clement will delve deeper into the complexities enveloped in protecting vulnerable populations from discrimination and violence and explore ways to rebuild a sense of belonging and identity.
Chris Earle's broader research interests are in anti-corruption, human security and the global arms trade; while his technical interests are in big data, machine learning, and econometrics.
Jeremy Vander Hoek’s research interests include the approach colonial socio-political and legal systems take in responding to Indigenous peoples’ rights and claims of injustice; the conflict between refugee rights according to international law and state’s securing of those rights; and the activity of global actors in reinforcing or deterring democratic norms.