|View profile||First||Last||Twitter Handle||Position/Title||Area of expertise|
|View||Marie-Eve||Desrosiers||Assistant Professor, School of International Development and Global Studies, University of Ottawa|
Customary justice, rule of law, Democratic Republic of Congo, gendered violence, 'everyday' harms, transitional justice
militarism, masculinity, extremist groups
Israel/Palestine, Military, private security industry, ethics, methodology (ethnography)
|View||Edgar||Guerra||@EdgarGuerraB||Dr. Edgar Guerra / Assistant Professor at CIDE||
|View||Naomi||Head||Lecturer in Politics||
Critical International Relations theory
Communication and conflict
Empathy and emotions
Humanitarian intervention and the use of force
The dynamics of peace processes, particularly pertaining to violence, trust and mediation; the causes and consequences of electoral violence; and gender dimensions of transitional justice.
Erin Jessee is an oral historian and cultural anthropologist affiliated with the Scottish Oral History Centre at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow. Her research focuses on civilian experiences of transitional justice in post-genocide Rwanda and post-civil war northern Uganda.
|View||Walt||Kilroy||@waltkilroy||Associate Director, IICRR||
Sierra Leone, Liberia, Sudan, South Sudan