Zaatari Refugee Camp
Harris Public Policy students visited Zaatari refugee camp as part of the 2018 Pearson International Conflict Seminar to Jordan, where they met with Syrian refugees leading NGO programming within the camp.
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Research and Policy
Director, Senator George J. Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Security and Justice
Queen's University Belfast
Richard English is Professor of Politics at Queen's University Belfast, where he is also the Director of the Senator George J. Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Security and Justice, and the University's Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Internationalization and Engagement.
Between 2011 and 2016 he was Wardlaw Professor of Politics in the School of International Relations, and Director of the Handa Centre for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence (CSTPV), at the University of St Andrews. He is the author of eight books, including the award-winning studies Armed Struggle: The History of the IRA (2003) and Irish Freedom: The History of Nationalism in Ireland (2006). His most recent book, Does Terrorism Work? A History, was published in 2016 by Oxford University Press. He is also the co-editor/editor of a further six books and has published more than fifty journal articles and book chapters. He is a frequent media commentator on terrorism and political violence, and on Irish politics and history, including work for the BBC, CNN, ITN, SKY NEWS, NPR, RTE, The Irish Times, The Times Literary Supplement, Newsweek, The Guardian, and Financial Times. He is a fellow of the British Academy (FBA), a member of the Royal Irish Academy (MRIA), a fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh (FRSE), a fellow of the Royal Historical Society (FRHistS), an honorary fellow of Keble College Oxford, and an honorary professor at the University of St Andrews. In 2018 he was awarded a CBE for services to the understanding of modern-day terrorism and political history. He has delivered invited lectures about his research in more than twenty countries.
Makeshift, temporary shelter made of plastic and clothing at a refugee center in Baidoa, Somalia.