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Our People and Partners

Prof Shirin M Rai

Director

PAIS

Dr Briony Jones

Deputy Director

PAIS

Dr Oyinlola Oyebode

Deputy Director

WMS

Maeve Moynihan

WICID Administrator

PAIS

Advisory Board

Emma Crewe - Board Chair (SOAS University of London)

Ruth Pearson (University of Leeds)

Robert Nudgwa (UN Habitat)

Noorzaman Rashid (Chartered Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors)

Shahra Razavi (ILO)

Steering Committee members

Dulini Fernando (WBS)

Frances Griffiths (WMS)

Emily Henderson (CES)

Yvette Hutchison (Theatre and Performance)

Sharun Mukand (Economics)

Leandro Pecchia (Engineering)

Sharifah Sekalala (Law)

Vicki Squire (PAIS)

Rashmi Varma (English)

Jonathan Vickery (Cultural Policy)

Azrini Wahidin (Sociology)


Visiting Fellows and Research Assistants

Dr Mouzayian Khalil Babatunde

Visiting Fellow

PAIS

Mouli Banerjee

Research Assistant

PAIS

Shreyanshi Upadhyaya

Research Assistant

PAIS

Dr Jennifer Philippa Eggert

Visiting Fellow

PAIS

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Dr Kerem Öge

Visiting Fellow

PAIS

Our Partners

The Warwick Interdisciplinary Research Centre for International Development is focused on championing a truly collaborative approach between researchers, research users and research beneficiaries worldwide. 

This requires that our researchers take the time needed in getting to know potential collaborators, seeking common interests and complimentary expertise that so that partnerships will be mutually beneficial and productive. By building relationships overtime, we will get to know the intellectual passions and research strengths of our individual and institution partners.  

There are world class research institutions with excellent reputations and impact in their field in all parts of the world with whom we will collaborate to build our research capacity and theirs.  

Through our interdisciplinary research projects and impact work we will prioritise inclusive and diverse working collaborations both between Warwick colleagues and with our partners globally. 

The University of Warwick

United Kingdom & Global

Academic Mobilities and Immobolities Network

This network brings together academic and non-academic staff from Warwick who are working in the area of academic mobility and immobility.

Monash University : Gender Peace and Security

Carers Worldwide

Borders, Race Ethnicity and Migration Network

BREM promotes interdisciplinary dialogue across the intersecting themes of migration, ‘race’/ethnic relations and bordering practices, broadly defined.

University of York: Interdisciplinary Global Development Centre 

Centre for Competitive Advantage in the Global Economy

Research at CAGE examines how and why different countries achieve economic success.

Graduate Institute Switzerland: Centre on Conflict, Development and Peacebuilding and Gender Centre

Centre for Women's Development Studies, New Delhi

Connecting Research on Employment and Work

CREW brings researchers and practitioners together to participate in conferences, research workshops, seminars and lectures.

International Centre for Transitional Justice 

Global Research Network on Parliaments and People

Centre for the Study of Globalisation and Regionalisation

CSGR was founded to advance research and analysis of the changing dynamics of global order.

University of Coventry: Centre for Trust Peace and Social Relations 

Centre for the Study of Women and Gender

CSWG is a centre of research and teaching in women's, gender and feminist studies.

Gothenburg Centre of Globalization and Development, Gothenburg, Sweden

Centre for Law, Regulation and Governance of the Global Economy

GLOBE seeks to engage with Warwick and external scholars interested in collaborating in related fields of scholarship.

swisspeace, Associated Institute of the University of Basel, Switzerland

 

Swiss Centre for Scientific Research in Cote d'Ivoire (CSRS)

Medical School

Warwick Medical School researchers investigate solutions to global health challenges.

Humanitarian and Conflict Response Institute, University of Manchester

 

Security in Context: Promoting Critical Research and Policy Analysis on Peace and Conflict