Senator George J. Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Security and Justice
The Mitchell Institute responds to the unprecedented global challenge of building a peaceful, inclusive and secure world by bringing together the unparalleled expertise at Queen’s University Belfast, on these issues.
The Institute brings together researchers, practitioners, policy-makers and peace-builders from diverse backgrounds and international locations who share their multiple perspectives and work collaboratively to solve specific problems associated with the Queen’s University Belfast Global Research Institutes’ priority themes:
- LEGACY: Embedding peace processes in daily life. How do peace processes become embedded in daily life following political settlement?
- THE POLITICS OF SECURITY AND INSTITUTIONAL PEACEBUILDING: Ensuring just and ethical responses. How can just and ethical responses to a diverse range of security risks be ensured?
- RIGHTS AND SOCIAL JUSTICE: Establishing International norms. How can international norms of human rights be established in local cultures?
- RELIGION, ARTS AND PEACEBUILDING: Shaping approaches to peace-building in many cultures. How do values and beliefs in different cultures shape approaches to peacebuilding?
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