British Academy Soirée 2017

On Tuesday 20 June 2017 I  participated at the British Academy Soirée 2017 presenting a poster on  health and security effects of Ebola and the government’s response to Ebola on vulnerable populations including ex-combatants and women. Combining surveys in Monrovia, interviews with health and security professionals, and focus groups, the project tracked important changes in ex-combatants’ perceptions of the security sector, as well as studied the demand for maternal health services during Ebola.

The known knowns and known unknowns of peacekeeping data (open access for 3 months)

To cite this article:
G. Clayton (ed), J. Kathman, K. Beardsley, T.-I Gizelis, L. Olsson, V. Bove, A.
Ruggeri, R. Zwetsloot, J. van der Lijn, T. Smit, L. Hultman, H. Dorussen, A. Ruggeri, P.F. Diehl, L. Bosco & C. Goodness (2016): The known knowns and known unknowns of peacekeeping data, International Peacekeeping.