Greg McLaughlin

Greg McLaughlin lives in Derry, Northern Ireland. Educated at Ulster University (BA, 1989) and the University of Glasgow (DPhil, 1995), he was Senior Lecturer in Media and Journalism at Ulster University until his early retirement in 2016. He is now Associate of the...

Taher Ali Qassem MBE

Taher was born in Yemen and studied in Yemen, Sweden and England. Taher has worked in Primary Health Care, Public Health and been involved in community development locally, regionally and internationally over the last 30 plus years. Part of this work was in different...

João Terrenas

Joao is a PhD Candidate at the University of York. His research interests lie at the intersection between critical security studies and global health. Joao holds an MA in Security Studies from Aberystwyth University (Wales) and a BA in International Relations from the...

Dr Ian Watt

Professor Ian Watt is Professor of Primary Health Care at Hull York Medical School and University of York. He is a GP and Public Health Physician by professional background and has worked in a variety of settings both in the UK and abroad. His research interests...

Ray Acheson

Ray Acheson is the Director of Reaching Critical Will, the disarmament programme of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom. Among other things, she researches and writes about gender and disarmament issues, highlighting and exploring the gendered...

Laila Alodaat

Laila Alodaat is a human rights lawyer specialising in international law of armed conflicts and the human rights of women. During her practice, she focused on accountability for international crimes and the responsibility to protect. She holds a BA in Law, LLM in...

Hannah Wright

Hannah Wright is a Researcher at the LSE Centre for Women, Peace and Security, and a PhD candidate at the LSE Gender Institute, focus on the links between gender norms and UK foreign policy. Previously, she worked as an advisor on gender, peace and security issues for...

Peter Burt

Peter Burt is a former research manager of the Nuclear Information Service, a not-for-profit information service supported by the Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust which works to promote public awareness and debate on nuclear weapons and related safety and...

Dr Devin Bowles

Dr Devin C Bowles is the Executive Director of the Council for Academic Public Health Institutions Australia and a visitor at the Australian National University. He has published widely on the health impacts of climate change-associated conflict, and earned a PhD at...

Agneta Kallström

Mrs. Agneta Kallström is a PhD graduate studying at the University of Eastern Finland, Faculty of Health Sciences, Institute of Public Health and Clinical Nutrition. She holds the degree of B.A. having graduated from the University of Helsinki, Contemporary Middle...

Rachel Colin-Jones

Rachel graduated with a BSc in Children’s Nursing from Oxford Brookes University. She then worked on a Specialist Surgical Children’s Ward at Oxford Children’s Hospital. Later, she completed a PGDip in Specialist Community Public Health Nursing and went on to work in...

Jonathan Kennedy

Jonathan Kennedy is Lecturer in Global Health at Queen Mary, University of London. He has a PhD from the Department of Sociology, University of Cambridge (awarded 2013). Jonathan’s research focuses on the interaction between civil war and public health. His work has...