Dr Gyda Sindre is an Associate Professor in International Politics at the University of York, the founder and convener of the Politics After War Network and the Deputy Director of the York Centre for Conflict and Security.
Her research expertise spans the fields of international relations, comparative politics and peace and conflict studies with specific focus on the political transformation of armed groups into political parties, DDR, political party development and democratization after civil wars.
Alongside several journal articles on post-rebel parties, Dr Sindre is the co-editor of the research brief series The Political Dynamics of DDR and the book The Effects of Rebel Parties on Governance, Democracy and Stability After Civil Wars: From Guns to Governing (Routledge 2023).
To read more about Gyda Sindre, kindly visit: https://gydasindre.com/
- Bosnia and Herzegovina
- North Macedonia
- Sri Lanka
- United Kingdom
- Armed conflict (causes, dynamics, prevention)
- Armed groups
- Demobilization and reinsertion
- International intervention
- Political and legal aspects of DDR
- Political context of DDR
- Regional and subregional actors in DDR
- Rule of law, transitional justice and DDR
- Security sector reform and DDR
- Terrorism, violent extremism and DDR
- The United Nations and DDR
- Women, gender and DDR