He has written a regular column sinceout of which three books have emerged. An Eisenhower Fellow, he has been selected for various leadership programmes by the governments of Australia, France and the European Union, has received awards for integrity and impact among youth, and is often invited to speak on subjects ranging from nation building, public policy, history, culture, law, business ethics and youth development. From to the present, Governor Richardson has operated the Richardson Center for Global Engagement, a foundation focusing on conflict resolution, prisoner release and environmental protection. Governor Richardson has more than 30 years of government experience.
International fellows are expected to participate in ongoing research projects, regularly contribute to the CRRC-Armenia blogand conduct their own research on issues relevant to the region.
She is currently an undergraduate at Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she is pursuing a double major in Anthropology and Cinema and Media Studies. As part of her degree, she will be spending the next year at the School of Oriental and African Studies in London.
Her academic interests include the place of media interventions in development initiatives, the continuing relevance of national media systems in an age of globalization, and past and present cinematic exchanges between South Asia and the former Soviet Union.
Further studies include an intensive summer program on Global Citizenship by the Network University in Amsterdam.
She is also a scholar of the German Friedrich-Ebert-Foundation. Although her interests are varied, she is eager to delve into the study and research of Eastern Europe and Africa, as well as of Human Rights, Democratic Transition and International Security.
In his fellowship position with the CRRC-Armenia Matej assists with statistical data analysis and doing associated write-ups for output reports. His research project re-analyzes the current South Caucasus security environment, geopolitical changes, and Armenian security challenges, while considering both a new Armenian government and a changing international order.
His general research interests include, U. Prior to joining the Caucasus Research Resource Centre-Armenia, Julien worked for various non-governmental organisations whose activities concentrate on strengthening civil society and empowering local communities in Buenos Aires, Argentina and London, United Kingdom.
His research interests are focused on political geography, international security, foreign policy and the geopolitical role of civil society organisations in conflict-affected zones. His research draws upon the literature on sociology of intellectuals and sociology of knowledge, and focuses on the debates about the Armenian Genocide in the Turkish intellectual field in recent years.
She has worked on numerous academic and policy-oriented projects, and taught International Studies courses at the University of Miami. Her articles and books chapters focus on Russian foreign policy in the post-Soviet space, different aspects of nationalism, ethno-national conflicts in the South Caucasus, and on international security more broadly.
He is working as a research assistant, and continues his education at the same university. His areas of research interest include intergroup relations, peace and conflict process, and Q methodology. Her research and policy interests include transatlantic security and development cooperation, conflict resolution and transformation, post-conflict development and democratic institution building.
As an International Fellow with CRRC-Armenia, Aubrey focuses on the escalation and mediation of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, looking specifically at the impacts of ethno-nationalism and militarization on the Minsk process.
Interned with Beirut-based information agency. Before joining CRRC-Armenia, she taught investigative journalism at AUCA and has previously worked in the spheres of public relations, media management, and marketing research.
In addition to native Russian, she speaks English, Spanish and Turkmen languages.
He is currently pursuing his MA in Philosophy with a focus on intercultural relations at Sofia University. During his BA studies he served at Courthouse of Agrigento investigating the phenomenon of migration after Arabic Spring revolutionary wave.
For over three years, he has been studying and working in the field of human rights and minority issues, acting as volunteer in based Ngos in Bulgaria. His interdisciplinary approach concerns the sphere of politics, anthropology and history.
His research interests include ethnic and nationalist disputes in the Caucasus.
Esther has been focusing on international security and military affairs of NATO and the countries of the post-Soviet space as well as on the economic and political development of post-Soviet societies.
Next year, she will finish her second year of her masters program in Washington D. She is particularly interested in refuge and migration related human rights challenges in the Post-Soviet region, and intends to obtain an LL.
She spent several weeks travelling in Syria incollecting information for her MA dissertation on Russian-Syrian relations. She spent several months in Alexandria instudying Arabic and Islamic faith and teaching English. Her thesis is titled: This research includes fieldwork in Lebanon, Russia and Armenia with Syrian Christian refugees, as well as with churches, NGOs and government organizations helping them.
Her main interests include multilingualism and identity throughout the Caucasus, as well as the prospect of using folk linguistics in exploring and mediating conflict.
She aims to begin a doctoral program in Sociocultural Anthropology next fall. She is especially interested in circular labor migration from Armenia to European Union, and international cooperation on migration management.
She worked with asylum-seekers and third country nationals in Poland, the Netherlands and Czech Republic. In addition to his native English, he speaks German and Russian and is looking forward to learning Armenian. His professional focus is the pragmatic application of international law and human rights norms to situations of rights abuses.
He regularly comments on the political and human rights situation on his blog.
Gabriel has also done work providing legal advice to the new Government of Libya, representing victims of the CIA rendition program, and contributing to migrant welfare in El Salvador. He has a BS in astrophysics.Submit an application if you are a researcher from abroad with above average qualifications, at the beginning of your academic career and only completed your doctorate in the last four years.A Humboldt Research Fellowship for postdoctoral researchers allows you to carry out long-term research ( months) in Germany.
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The doctoral dissertation completion fellowship supports a one-year leave from teaching responsibilities and a stipend up to US$15, to permit the completion of a dissertation that advances research on peace, security, and development topics. Melissa A. Carswell, PSY.D. Dr. Melissa A.
Carswell received a Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology at Immaculata University in Pennsylvania. She completed both pre- and postdoctoral training in neuropsychology at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania in the Brain Behavior Center/Neuropsychology Section and the Department of Neurology.
Research programs to be developed or implemented during the fellowship Describe the new research programs you will develop or implement during the fellowship (Maximum words) Proposals to be developed or implemented during the fellowship.