Security, Conflict, and Justice

Causes and consequences of security, origins and experiences of conflict, criminality, roles of justice on responses to local/global uncertainties. Recognises that traditional approaches to criminal justice and security studies must now be complimented with new and wider perspectives in order to develop better strategies for conflict resolution and securing justice locally/globally. The changing nature of socio-legal knowledge is critical.

Pathway Director: Professor Edward Newman, Politics, University of Leeds