|View profile||First||Last||Twitter Handle||Position/Title||Area of expertise|
|View||Nidzara||Ahmetasevic||@AhNidzara||PhD, Independent researcher||
I am independent researcher, and focus of my research is on war crimes, post-war reconstruction and the role of the media in war and post-conflict societies. I have 20 years of experience as a journalist in Bosnia and Herzegovina who covered war crimes trials, stories about survivors and victims of war rape (man and women). Currently, I am conducting research on war crimes perpetrators in the Balkans.
Sociology, Anthropology, Political Sciences.
|View||Omer||Aijazi||PhD Candidate, University of British Columbia||
Social repair, disaster recovery, humanitarianism, Pakistan
|View||Rina||Alluri||Head, Business & Peace Program, swisspeace||
Role of business in conflict contexts, business & peacebuilding, business & human rights, war economies, natural resources and conflict, land issues, non-state armed actors, ethics & positionality, conduting research in conflict-affected contexts, tourism, agribusiness, water management, Sri Lanka, Rwanda, Ethiopia, Myanmar.
|View||Kjell||Anderson||@kjell_Anderson||Reseracher, Netherlands Institute for War, Holocaust, and Genocide Studies||
I am a criminologist and jurist specialised in the study of mass atrocities. My areas of expertise include qualitative field research (I have interviewed perpetrators of violence in Rwanda, Burundi, Uganda, Bosnia, Cambodia, India, and Bangladesh), international criminal law, international humanitarian law, criminology of international crimes, perpetrators, comparative genocide studies, and the causes of violent conflict. I utilise an interdisciplinary approach incorporating law and the social sciences. I have particular experience in the African Great Lakes region, South Asia, and Oceania.
Thematic Expertise: Smallholder Livelihoods, Rural Development, Resource Conflicts, Land grabbing, Poverty and inequality
|View||Séverine||Autesserre||Associate Professor of Political Science - Barnard College, Columbia University||
Peacekeeping, Peacebuilding, Conflict-Resolution. War and Peace in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Peacebuilding; statebuilding; governance and public sector reform in fragile states; natural resource governance; political economy of development; East Asia and the Pacific; Afghanistan
I am a PhD researcher focusing transgender young people and their use of survival sex while experiencing homelessness.
Transgender Studies; Gender Studies; Queer Theory; Anthropology/ sociology; Intersectionality; Sexual Exploitation of minors; Sex Work