Nadine Ansorg is the Head of School at the Division of Human and Social Sciences at the School of Politics and International Relations at the University of Kent.
Nadine’s research focuses in institutional reform in post-conflict societies, in particular security sector reform, the role of international state and non-state actors in these reform processes, and the conditions for establishing peace in divided and post-conflict societies. She is particularly interested in alternative modes of political order beyond the European nation-state.
In her research, Nadine uses a mixed-methods approach to explore dynamics and conditions of peacebuilding in sub-Saharan Africa and beyond. In her work, she cooperates with civil society organisations in post-conflict countries as well as international donor agencies.
To read more about Nadine Ansorg, kindly visit: https://www.kent.ac.uk/politics-international-relations/people/504/ansorg-nadine
- Burkina Faso
- Democratic Republic of the Congo
- United Kingdom
- Actors in DDR
- Armed conflict (causes, dynamics, prevention)
- Armed groups
- Community violence reduction
- DDR processes, programming and support
- DDR-related tools
- International intervention
- Military roles and responsibilities
- National and local ownership
- Police roles and responsibilities
- Political context of DDR
- Regional and subregional actors in DDR
- Rule of law, transitional justice and DDR
- Security sector reform and DDR
- The United Nations and DDR
- Women, gender and DDR