on conflict and peace issues is interdisciplinary and wide-ranging.
This reflects both the inclusive nature of INCORE’s
staff and researchers, and the INCORE ethos toward conflict issues – that
conflict affects and is affected by a range of global and local phenomena
across politics, culture, economics and society. Much of INCORE’s
research focuses on societies in transition and most is international
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INCORE Research is carried out by experts in a variety of
fields such as international politics, law, social studies as well
encompassing expertise in regional and thematic issues. It is also
enhanced by our links to institutions active in global peace & conflict
research and policy.
Major Ongoing and Recent Projects include:
Postgraduate Research Supervision
Research supervision is available in all of INCORE's current research themes. Prospective students should write a research proposal that includes their main field of interest, the aim of the researxh, their methodological approach, theoretical framework and its' relationship to previous work, with reference to key publications in the field.
Prospective research students should check www.ulster.ac.uk/research/rps/prospects for formal application procedures.
is available at the Faculty of Social Sciences Research Graduate