CCRJ provides a forum for encouraging research driven engagement between and among scholars, practitioners, advocates, and research students in these areas. CCRJ welcomes interdisciplinary perspectives, but seeks to contribute especially to the study of international relations and comparative politics. Through research workshops, speaker series, manuscript readings, and grant projects it facilitates creative engagement among policy and research communities based internationally and in London. CCRJ also provides a mechanism for engaging visiting scholars and practitioners that are pursuing relevant research. We welcome these visitors as research associates.
CCRJ was established in 2010 in the Department of Politics and International Studies at SOAS. CCRJ scholars and research associates are involved in several ongoing collaborative research projects on human rights futures, the role of justice in ongoing conflict, comparative international courts, the rise of ‘faith based actors’ in international humanitarianism, the role of paternalism in human rights advocacy, religious actors and transitional justice, and the impact of transitional justice on peace, stability, and human rights compliance.
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