Jennifer Todd on Patterns of Conflict Resolution: Can the World Really Learn from Northern Ireland?

image Prof. Jennifer Todd, Director of the Institute for British Irish Studies at UCD, spoke last week at the University of Ulster about the initial results from an ongoing, comparative research project on ‘what works’ in conflict resolution. The research, funded in part by the Republic’s Department of Foreign Affairs, is also concerned about what lessons the rest of the world might learn from the Northern Ireland peace process.

I wrote a guest post about her presentation on the IBIS blog, which you can read here.

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