Over 4000 free audio and video lectures, seminars and teaching resources from Oxford University.
Skip to Content Skip to Navigation

war

# Episode Title Description People Date
1 Poetry and Life-Writing: Panel-Led Workshop 1 Bringing together experts working at the intersection of literature, human rights, foreign policy and peace initiatives, this workshop explored the role of poetry and life-writing in post-war healing. Dunya Mikhail, Philippe Sands, Lord John Alderdice, Jeremy Treglown 21 Nov 2017
2 Dunya Mikhail speaks to Alex Donnelly Iraqi-American poet Dunya Mikhail talks to Alex Donnelly about commemoration, reconnection and poetry as ‘a museum of feeling’. Dunya Mikhail, Alex Donnelly 21 Nov 2017
3 Jeremy Treglown speaks to Alex Donnelly Professor Jeremy Treglown and Alex Donnelly discuss the politics of commemoration and the challenges of remembrance for both veterans and civilians. Jeremy Treglown, Alex Donnelly 21 Nov 2017
4 Memoir and Memory: Aminatta Forna in Conversation with Elleke Boehmer Launch event for the Mellon-Sawyer Seminar Series. Aminatta Forna, OBE (novelist and memoirist, Lannan Visiting Professor of Poetics at Georgetown University) in conversation with Elleke Boehmer (Professor of World Literature in English, Oxford). Aminatta Forna, Elleke Boehmer 20 Nov 2017
5 Wall Street Goes to War In this provocative seminar, Dr Sean McFate, author, novelist and expert in foreign policy and national security strategy, looks at the neglected area of the economics of war. Sean McFate 16 Nov 2017
6 Soft War: The Ethics on Unarmed Conflict Soft war tactics, including cyber-warfare and economic sanctions, propaganda and non-violent resistance are of increasing importance but largely unexplored in just war theory. This talk illuminates this neglected aspect of international conflict. Michael L. Gross 26 Oct 2017
7 The End of Peace and Optimism: Assessing the Changing Character of War A 'deliberately provocative' assessment of contemporary conflict. Rob Johnson 16 Oct 2017
8 Creative Commons Nuremberg Was Not the First International Criminal Tribunal - by a Long Shot Ziv Bohrer, Assistant Professor at Bar-Ilan University, gives a talk for the OTJR Seminar Series on the pre-WWII history of international criminal law. Ziv Bohrer 11 Oct 2017
9 Creative Commons Music and Morale in the British Army, 1914-1918 Dr Emma Hanna (University of Kent) gives a talk for the Globalising and Localising the Great War seminar series. Emma Hanna 12 Sep 2017
10 Creative Commons From Bandage Wallahs to Knights of the Red Cross: The Men of the Royal Army Medical Corps in the First World War Dr Jessica Meyer (Leeds) gives a talk for the Globalising and Localising the Great War seminar series. Jessica Meyer 12 Sep 2017
11 Creative Commons Ego-Documents and Official History: Crown Prince Rupprecht of Bavaria's Diary and the Battle for Memory, 1914-39 Dr Jonathan Boff (University of Birmingham) gives a talk for the Globalising and Localising the Great War seminar series. Jonathan Boff 12 Sep 2017
12 Creative Commons The Fortress: A Case Study of Total War in the East, 1914-15 Professor Alexander Watson (Goldsmith's University) gives a talk for the Globalising and Localising the Great War seminar series. Alexander Watson 12 Sep 2017
13 Creative Commons Enmity or empathy? Jacques Rivière's L'Allemand Dr Arabella Hobbs (University of Pennsylvania) gives a talk for the Globalising and Localising the Great War seminar series. Arabella Hobbs 12 Sep 2017
14 Creative Commons Kde domov muj and Wacht am Rhein: Singing Loyalty and Disloyalty in Habsburg Bohemia during the First World War Dr Tamara Scheer (Ludwig Boltzmann-Institute for Historical Social Science/Institute for East European History, University of Vienna) gives a talk for the Globalising and Localising the Great War seminar series. Tamara Scheer 12 Sep 2017
15 Creative Commons Rescuing Maritime Strategy from the Continental Commitment: Julian Corbett's analysis of Gallipoli and Jutland in the Official History of Naval Operations Professor Andrew Lambert (King’s College London), gives a talk for the Globalising and Localising the Great War seminar series. Andrew Lambert 12 Sep 2017
16 Creative Commons Scholarly identities in war and peace: the Paris Peace Conference and the mobilization of intellect Dr Tomás Irish (Swansea University), gives a talk for the Globalising and Localising the Great War seminar series. Tomás Irish 12 Sep 2017
17 Creative Commons Victorious in name only: The Portuguese Republic and its empire at war, 1916-1918 Professor Filipe Ribeiro de Meneses (Maynooth University), gives a talk for the Globalising and Localising the Great War seminar series. Filipe Ribeiro de Meneses 12 Sep 2017
18 Creative Commons Tabriz under two rival empires: Ottomans and Russians during the Great War Fatemeh Masjedi (Zentrum Moderner Orient) gives a talk for the Globalising and Localising the Great War seminar series. Fatemeh Masjedi 12 Sep 2017
19 George Antonius Memorial Lecture: The Iraq Invasion and Aftermath: Lessons for Arab World Reform Jeremy Greenstock is the Chairman of the strategic advisory company, Gatehouse Advisory Partners, established in September 2010, and Chairman of Lambert Energy Advisory, the oil and gas specialists, since January 2012. Sir Jeremy Greenstock 11 Jul 2017
20 Creative Commons Veteran Dialogue and the Future of War A panel discussion that looks at the dialogue between civilians and military in times of conflict. Cheyney Ryan 07 Jul 2017
21 Creative Commons Terra Lectures in American Art 2017 (3): The Ashcan Goes to War: George Bellows, Belligerence, and the Rape of Belgium Professor David Lubin gives his third Terra Lecture in American Art on painter George Bellows. David M. Lubin 28 Jun 2017
22 Creative Commons Terra Lectures in American Art 2017 (1): Riding into History, Marching into Oblivion: The Civil War, Racial Justice, and the Shaw Memorial Professor David Lubin gives his first Terra Lecture in American Art on the Shaw Memorial in Boston. David M. Lubin 28 Jun 2017
23 OxPeace 2017: Sovereign Terrain? Explosive Remnants of War Outline some of the conceptual and practical difficulties regarding the clearance of Explosive Remnants of War (ERW) and reflect on the implications for states and populations in transformation. Rupert Burridge 12 Jun 2017
24 America and the Treaty of Versailles A public lecture for a series on the United States and World War One. Margaret MacMillan 15 May 2017
25 The Rise of Endless War The TORCH Crisis, Extremes, and Apocalypse network hosted a talk on 'The Rise of Endless War' with Professor Samuel Moyn (Harvard University). samuel moyn 10 May 2017
26 The Ontology of Autonomy for Autonomous Weapons Systems Dr Heather Roff discusses the role of autonomous weapons systems within the international community. She provides a theoretical framework for defining and classifying these systems, examining the diplomatic and moral concerns that they pose. Heather Roff 05 Apr 2017
27 Technology and the Rise of Boundless Warfare Professor David Galbreath gives a talk for the Changing Character of War seminar series. David Galbreath 05 Apr 2017
28 Social Pluralism Religious Cleansing and Hybrid Warfare in Syria Since the ‘Arab Spring’ uprising of 2011, the United States and a network of European and regional Sunni allies have applied instruments of coercion against Syria that collectively take on the character of ‘hybrid warfare’. John Eibner 05 Apr 2017
29 Creative Commons Fear and Loathing International Relations - Cyril Foster Lecture 2017 Although the 2003 Iraq War was linked to the "War on Terror" the case for the war was presented, at least in the UK, within the terms of the established framework of international relations, with the UN at the centre. Lawrence Freedman 16 Mar 2017
30 Creative Commons David Miliband, President and CEO of the International Rescue Committee (Corpus Christi, 1984) David Miliband, President and CEO of the International Rescue Committee (Corpus Christi, 1984) David Miliband talks about the unprecedented global refugee crisis, its long-term characteristics and efforts to address the challenges ahead in this podcast. David Milliband 27 Feb 2017
31 The Conflict in Libya Lydia Sizer (Libya Analyst MENAS), Mary Fitzgerald (Journalist and Author) and John Hamilton (Cross Border Information) discuss the conflict in Libya on 27th January 2017. Lydia Sizer, Mary Fitzgerald, John Hamilton 01 Feb 2017
32 The Syrian Conflict Raphael Lefevre (New College, Oxford) and Kevin Mazur (Nuffield College, Oxford) discuss the ongoing Syrian conflict on 20th January 2017. Raphael Lefevre, Kevin Mazur 01 Feb 2017
33 Militant Jihadi Culture: Poetry as a Weapon The power of poetry to move Arab listeners and readers emotionally, to infiltrate the psyche and to create an aura of authenticity around the ideologies it enshrines, make it a perfect weapon for militant jihadist causes. Elisabeth Kendall 05 Dec 2016
34 What we are missing about the Missing; searching for the disappeared victims of armed conflict One of the aspects of the changing character of war is an increased awareness of and attention to those who go missing due to armed conflict. Derek Congram 05 Dec 2016
35 Strategy Evolves from apes to Artificial Intelligence Kenneth Payne explores the evolutionary basis of strategic behaviour, and assesses the impact of non-biological intelligence on the future of warfare. From chimpanzees to computers, via a dose of Clausewitz: hopefully something for everyone. Kenneth Payne 05 Dec 2016
36 Creative Commons The long and the short of it: time and strategic planning in the First World War Keynote lecture given at the War Time 2016 conference Hew Strachan 28 Nov 2016
37 Creative Commons Mancunian Crusaders? Exploring the chasm which existed between the crusading rhetoric of clergymen and the ways in which soldiers in the Manchester Regiment rationalised their involvement in the First World War. Dan Smith 10 Nov 2016
38 Creative Commons A Wordly War: Battle Experiences through the Eyes of African Cultures Examining the First World War through the lives of African soldiers and labourers. Josephine Niala 10 Nov 2016
39 Creative Commons Remembering before the End: Death and the Great War' Examining the many inventive and moving ways in which people began to mourn and commemorate their loved ones while WW1 was still ongoing and before official acts of public memory were established. Alice Kelly 10 Nov 2016
40 Creative Commons The Syrian Refugee Crisis and International Law Professor Guy Goodwin-Gill, University of Oxford & Blackstone Chambers - May 2016 Guy Goodwin-Gill 21 Oct 2016
41 Creative Commons Iran's Nuclear Program and International Law, November 2015 Dan Joyner, University of Alabama School of Law - November 2015 Dan Joyner 21 Oct 2016
42 Creative Commons Why have we Criminalised Agressive War? Tom Dannenbaum, University College London, November 2015 Tom Dannenbaum 21 Oct 2016
43 Creative Commons On Criminal Strategy Do criminal groups use 'strategy'? Are crime wars really wars? This talk will reveal criminal groups using force and other means to determine political outcomes to suit their own agendas and competing with states in a common 'market for government'. James Cockayne 14 Oct 2016
44 Creative Commons Wars and Rumours of Wars This lecture introduces the series and asks how many people took part in war in Henry VIII's England and how far those not directly involved were aware of what was happening. Steven Gunn 12 Oct 2016
45 Masters of the Seas: Naval Power and the First World War Sir Hew Strachan delivers the first Rothermere American Institute Lecture at the annual Chalke Valley History Festival on 29 June 2016. Hew Strachan 12 Sep 2016
46 Environment, Energy and Economics and the Structure of our Geo-Political Future Steven Jermy gives a talk for the Changing Character of War Programme seminar series. Steven Jermy 08 Jul 2016
47 Clan and Conflict: The Intersection between State Violence and Societal Violence in Somalia Mohamed Haji Ingiriis gives a talk for the Changing Character of War Programme seminar series. Mohamed Haji Ingiriis 08 Jul 2016
48 Creative Commons Children and War: Victims, Villains, and the United Nations Discussing the issues involved in using children in conflict, assesses the changing characteristics of security and war, and explains the complex international system and interwoven constraints and opportunities on government policy in this field. Robert Jackson 06 Jul 2016
49 Strategy and War in the Modern Age: CCW Annual Lecture 2016 Professor Jeremy Black from the University of Exeter delivers the CCW Annual Lecture on the theme of "Strategy and War in the Modern Age". Jeremy Black 06 Jul 2016
50 Creative Commons Mare Liberum and Mare Clausum: Maritime sovereignty, emerging countries and war Rodrigo Fracalossi de Moraes gives a talk for the Changing Character of War programme seminar series. Rodrigo Fracalossi de Moraes 06 Jul 2016
51 Creative Commons Responsibility to Protect on its Tenth Anniversary: Point of Collapse or Resurgence? Joanne Neenan gives a talk for the Changing Character of War Programme seminar series. Joanne Neenan 06 Jul 2016
52 Creative Commons Strategy and Democracy Sir Hew Strachan gives a valedictory lecture for the Changing Character of War upon stepping down as Chichele Professor of the History of War. Hew Strachan 06 Jul 2016
53 Creative Commons Prisoners of the Past, Preparing for the Future: The Influence of Institutions, Experience, and Culture on Military Adaptability Jason Clark gives a talk for the Changing Character of War Programme seminar series. Jason Clark 05 Jul 2016
54 Creative Commons The Morality of Unconventional Force Tom Simpson gives a talk for the Changing Character of War programme seminar series. Tom Simpson 05 Jul 2016
55 Creative Commons Concentration and Asymmetry in Air Combat Historical Lessons for the Defensive Employment of Air Power Niall Mackay 05 Jul 2016
56 Creative Commons Diplomacy: The First Line of Defence James Kidner gives a talk for the Changing Character of War programme seminar series. James Kidner 05 Jul 2016
57 Creative Commons Towards Mobilization? The Evolution of Russian Grand Strategy This talk will explores the various aspects of Russian strategic thinking and planning, the conducting of the orchestra and what appears to be a move towards mobilisation measures. Andrew Monaghan 05 Jul 2016
58 Creative Commons Arrangements of Convenience Among Violent Non-state Actors This talk will discuss how rebels, paramilitaries and criminals cooperate in borderland areas, and what this means for security. Annette Idler 05 Jul 2016
59 Creative Commons The Evolution of Grand Strategy in Theory and Practice Lucas Milevski gives a talk for the Changing Character of War programme seminar series. Lucas Milevski 05 Jul 2016
60 War in the Time of Terror This talk attempts to set out what IS aims are, whether there are negotiating possibilities and what the West's response to this new phenomenon should be. Ivor Roberts 05 Jul 2016
61 Creative Commons Cybersecurity and the Age of Privateering: An Historical Analogy DPhil research using a historical analogy to mercantile companies, privateers, and pirates to shed light onto the blurred boundaries between state and private interests. Florian Egloffs 05 Jul 2016
62 Creative Commons OxPeace 2016: Measuring Peace Professor Richard Caplan (Oxford) gives a talk in the final plenary - Conceptualizing Peace. Part of the 2016 OxPeace Conference. Richard Caplan 30 Jun 2016
63 Creative Commons OxPeace 2016: What is Peace? Professor Peter Wallensteen (Uppsala, Notre Dame) gives a talk in the final plenary - Conceptualizing Peace. Part of the 2016 OxPeace Conference. Peter Wallensteen 30 Jun 2016
64 Creative Commons OxPeace 2016: Ecocide Law: the missing Crime against Peace Polly Higgins gives a talk in parallel session D - Environmental Peace and Conflict. Part of the 2016 Oxpeace conference. Polly Higgins 30 Jun 2016
65 OxPeace 2016: Faith, Environment and Development: From Conflict to Cooperation Dr Shonil Bhagwat gives a talk in parallel session D - Environmental Peace and Conflict. Part of the 2016 Oxpeace conference. Shonil Bhagwat 30 Jun 2016
66 Creative Commons OxPeace 2016: State Building in the midst of conflict: lessons from Syria’ on evaluating DFID’s programme for capacity-building during conflict Jon Bennett gives a talk in parallel session C - Syria: governance, conflict and peace – two practical perspectives. Part of the 2016 OxPeace conference. Jon Bennett 30 Jun 2016
67 Creative Commons OxPeace 2016: Talks, negotiations and efforts to end Syria’s conflict: missed opportunities? Richard Barltrop gives a talk in parallel session C - Syria: governance, conflict and peace – two practical perspectives. Part of the 2016 OxPeace conference. Richard Barltrop 30 Jun 2016
68 Creative Commons OxPeace 2016: The Production of Verification Rupert Burridge (DPhil student, Lincoln College, Oxford) gives a talk parallel session B 'Verification in arms control; Issue-linkage in peace missions; Winning control after civil wars'. Part of the 2016 OxPeace conference. Rupert Burridge 30 Jun 2016
69 Creative Commons OxPeace 2016:Violent Non-state Groups as Peace Spoilers: Designing A Post-conflict Strategy for Colombia Dr Annette Idler (Oxford) gives a talk for the first breakout session - Studying Conflict to Build Peace. Part of the 2016 OxPeace conference. Annette Idler 30 Jun 2016
70 Creative Commons OxPeace 2016: The study of war in Afghanistan: understanding the routes to peace in an era of 'perpetual war' Dr Robert Johnson (Oxford) gives a talk for the first breakout session - Studying Conflict to Build Peace. Part of the 2016 OxPeace conference. Robert Johnson 30 Jun 2016
71 Creative Commons OxPeace 2016: Conflict within Peace Studies? A Bibliometric Survey of the Field of Peace and Conflict Studies Prof John Gledhill (Oxford) gives a talk for the first plenary session -Studying Peace and Studying Conflict: Complementary or Competing Paradigms? Part of the 2016 OxPeace conference. John Gledhill 30 Jun 2016
72 Creative Commons OxPeace 2016: Top-down, bottom-up and the missing middle: The nature of contemporary peace Prof Roger Mac Ginty (Manchester Univ) gives a talk for the first plenary session -Studying Peace and Studying Conflict: Complementary or Competing Paradigms? Part of the 2016 OxPeace conference. Roger Mac Ginty 30 Jun 2016
73 Creative Commons 'The Case for Offshore Balancing' with John Mearsheimer Professor John J. Mearsheimer (University of Chicago) presents the conclusions of his latest article published in 'Foreign Affairs' on offshore balancing. John J. Mearsheimer, Duncan Snidal, Ulrike Franke 22 Jun 2016
74 Creative Commons Women and Conflict in India Dr Sanghamitra Choudhury speaks at the launch of her book on Women and Conflict in India Sanghamitra Choudhury 06 Jun 2016
75 Creative Commons The problems of reporting Islamic State John Simpson, BBC World Affairs editor, gives a talk for the The Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series on Islamic State. John Simpson 26 Feb 2016
76 Wharton in Wartime A roundtable discussion to mark the publication of Alice Kelly's critical edition of Edith Wharton's First World War reportage Fighting France: From Dunkerque to Belfort (Edinburgh University Press, 2015). Alice Kelly, Shafquat Towheed, Dame Hermione Lee, Elleke Boehmer 11 Feb 2016
77 Creative Commons The Limits of Refusal: Israel, Lebanon, and the Shadow of 1982 Lecture given by Dr Seth Anziska (Department of Hebrew and Jewish Studies, UCL) at the Middle East Centre, St Antony's College, 9th February 2016. This event was co-sponsored by the MEC and the School of Interdisciplinary Area Studies. Seth Anziska 10 Feb 2016
78 Creative Commons Reparations for Human Rights and Humanitarian Violations: Taking Stock 10 years after the UN Basic Principles and Guidelines Dr. Carla Ferstman (Director of REDRESS), gives a talk for the OTJR Seminar series on 3rd February 2016. Carla Ferstman 04 Feb 2016
79 Primo Levi and the Nature of Guilt Prof Alan Norrie, Professor at the School of Law, University of Warwick, gives a talk for the OTJR Seminar series on 25th November 2015. Alan Norrie 03 Dec 2015
80 Creative Commons War and Ecology in China: Henan Province, the Yellow River and beyond Dr Micah Muscolino discusses his new book entitled "The Ecology of War in China: Henan Province, the Yellow River, and Beyond, 1938–1950." Micah Muscolino, Erica Charters 25 Nov 2015
81 Creative Commons Heritage for Peace: an NGO protecting Syrian Cultural Heritage during the Conflict Part of the Conflict and Cultural Heritage Conference. Theme 3: What is being done or should be done? Exploring archaeological and military heritage protection initiatives. With Dr Emma Cunliffe (Heritage for Peace). Emma Cunliffe 19 Nov 2015
82 Law Enforcement of Cultural Heritage Crime Part of the Conflict and Cultural Heritage Conference. Theme 3: What is being done or should be done? Exploring archaeological and military heritage protection initiatives. With Vernon Rapley (Victoria and Albert Museum). Vernon Rapley 19 Nov 2015
83 Creative Commons The Sites and Monuments Record for Syria, and the Shirin Project Part of the Conflict and Cultural Heritage Conference. Theme 3: What is being done or should be done? Exploring archaeological and military heritage protection initiatives. With Professor Graham Philip. Graham Phillip 19 Nov 2015
84 Creative Commons Politics with a focus on Yemen Part of the Conflict and Cultural Heritage Conference. Theme 2: Why is this happening? Understanding ISIL and other Islamist extremism. With Dr Noel Brehony (Chair of CBRL). Noel Brehony 19 Nov 2015
85 Creative Commons Cultural Heritage in the Islamic State’s Worldview Part of the Conflict and Cultural Heritage Conference. Theme 2: Why is this happening? Understanding ISIL and other Islamist extremism. With Dr Alia Brahimi (CCW; Contest Global). Alia Brahimi 19 Nov 2015
86 Creative Commons Syriac Christian communities: people, monuments and manuscripts in Syria, Turkey, and Iraq Part of the Conflict and Cultural Heritage Conference. Theme 1: What is happening? The significance of sites at risk, and the current situation. with Dr Sebastian Brock and Sebastien de Courtois. Sebastian Brock, Sebastien de Courtois 18 Nov 2015
87 Creative Commons When words fail. Iraq's lost heritage, and efforts to save it Part of the Conflict and Cultural Heritage Conference. Theme 1: What is happening? The significance of sites at risk, and the current situation. Dr Lamia al-Gailani ( UCL/SOAS). Lamia al-Gailani 18 Nov 2015
88 Creative Commons Monuments at War—the Syrian Conflict and the Changing Pattern of Destruction as Reflected in Aleppo and Palmyra Part of the Conflict and Cultural Heritage Conference. Theme 1: What is happening? The significance of sites at risk, and the current situation. With Dr Ross Burns. Ross Burns 18 Nov 2015
89 Creative Commons Overview of Endangered Archaeology in the Middle East and North Africa Part of the Conflict and Cultural Heritage Conference. Theme 1: What is happening? The significance of sites at risk, and the current situation. Robert Bewley 18 Nov 2015
90 Creative Commons Welcome and introduction Dr. Liz Carmichael (OxPeace) introduces the "Conflict and Cultural Heritage Conference", held in St John's College on Saturday 31 October 2015. Liz Carmichael 18 Nov 2015
91 Too Valuable to Die? Silke Ackermann, Nigel Biggar and Liz Bruton debate the ethics of science and scientists going to war Silke Ackermann, Nigel Biggar, Liz Bruton 14 Oct 2015
92 FMR 50 - From the Editors An introductory note on FMR 50, 'Dayton + 20: twenty years on from the Dayton Agreement in the Balkans', from the Editors. Marion Couldrey, Maurice Herson 01 Sep 2015
93 FMR 50 - Foreword: Addressing the legacy of violence The aim of creating ethnically homogeneous statelets was curbed at Dayton but the dominance of ethnic politics was not. Valentin Inzko 01 Sep 2015
94 FMR 50 - Annex 7: why are we still discussing it? Annex 7 to the Dayton Peace Agreement was designed to address the displacement of 2.2 million people during the Bosnian war of 1992-95. Its job is not yet done. María del Pilar Valledor Álvarez 01 Sep 2015
95 FMR 50 - Political and social consequences of continuing displacement in Bosnia and Herzegovina Twenty years after Dayton, failures to facilitate effective refugee and IDP return have had a social and political impact at both community and state level. Lana Pašić 01 Sep 2015
96 FMR 50 - Bosnia and Herzegovina 20 years on from Dayton The coming two-and-a-half years represent what is possibly the last window of opportunity to accomplish what the Dayton Peace Agreement’s Annex 7 set out to achieve. Andrew Mayne 01 Sep 2015
97 FMR 50 - Resolving a protracted refugee situation through a regional process Despite its shortcomings, the Regional Process in the Western Balkans offers a number of lessons for resolving protracted refugee situations. Olga Mitrovic 01 Sep 2015
98 FMR 50 - Voices in displacement “These people are as if lost in time and space.” Still displaced after 20 years, residents of collective centres in Bosnia and Herzegovina share their frustration. They need to be listened to. Claudia Meyerhoefer 01 Sep 2015
99 FMR 50 - Property rights and reconstruction in the Bosnian return process Sidelining a rights-based approach in the area of property restitution and reconstruction in Bosnia and Herzegovina resulted in an unequal impact on rural versus urban displaced populations. Inmaculada Serrano 01 Sep 2015
100 FMR 50 - Resolving protracted displacement through social housing A social housing methodology recently introduced in Bosnia and Herzegovina illustrates the need for certain key components in any strategy to address the shelter and livelihoods needs of vulnerable citizens. Marc D’Silva, Sanela Imamovic 01 Sep 2015