Research Fellow and Senior Lecturer in Reconciliation and Peacebuilding, University of Winchester
I am an experienced principal investigator of international research projects and a conflict transformation facilitator. I am also an award winning teacher and presenter.
Here are some of the areas I cover in my training: 1) Exploring interpersonal conflict; 2) Turning conflict styles into strategies: 3) Developing key interpersonal skills; 4)Facilitating challenging conversations; 5) Developing intercultural awareness and competencies; 6) Creating a culture of dialogue; 7) Workplace mediation; 8) Facilitating inclusive meetings and 9) Developing strategies using envisioning and appreciative inquiry.
My research currently focuses on welcoming and integrating people on the move in Europe. I am currently particularly interested in the roles of language cafes in integration and the roles of faith-based actors in integration. In the past I have also done a lot of research on accountability for war crimes and transitional justice processes.
I also manage distance learning master programmes in reconciliation and peacebuilding at the University of Winchester, for more information see: https://www.winchester.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/courses/ma-reconciliation-and-peacebuilding/
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