Professor Alex Bellamy to speak at University of Leeds launch of European Centre for Responsibility to Protect (ECR2P) – December 8th 2016
This free public event will mark the launch of the European Centre for the Responsibility to Protect (ECR2P) which is a partnership with the School of Politics & International Studies, University of Leeds, The Budapest Centre for Mass Atrocities Prevention and The Hague Institute for Global Justice Read more
Daniel J.H. Wand, Doctoral Candidate, School of Politics and International Studies, University of Leeds Read more
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In July of last year, University of Leeds Professor Edward Newman spoke about his research in Japan Read more
Cristina Stefan discusses Humanitarian Intervention and the Responsibility to Protect with Qatari Armed Forces, February 2016.
During February 2016 Dr Cristina Stefan gave several presentations at the Joaan Bin Jassim Joint Command and Staff College in Doha, Qatar. Read more
Jason Ralph presented on R2P at an international conference hosted by the Indian Army think-tank, Centre for Land Warfare Studies (CLAWS) in New Delhi, 26 February 2016.
Professor Ralph’s trip is just one of a number made by Leeds colleagues recently, details of which will soon follow here. Read more
We invite proposals for presentations from researchers (in any year of their PhD) working on the Responsibility to Protect and in other closely related areas for two panels we propose to convene at the BISA Postgraduate Network Conference taking place at the University of South Wales on 26 May 2016. Read more
Next seminar of Responsibility to Protect and Prosecute to be held at University of Manchester, Friday November 6th 2015. Registration closes October 23rd . Limited travel bursaries available for UK based PhD students. Read more
This student-led event is a great opportunity for anyone interested in the R2P, but who knows little about it. Benedict Docherty, POLIS PhD Student, will introduce the subject and the main debates surrounding the R2P concepts and then open up to Q&A. Read more