Households in Conflict Network
Representatives from the Institute for Economics and Peace will present research findings at the Households in Conflict Network Annual Workshop on 10 November, 2020. The workshop brings together researchers with insight into micro-level effects of violent conflict to facilitate networking in the field, new research collaborations and published papers.
David Hammond, IEP's Director of Research and Paulo Pinto, a Research Fellow at the institute will discuss the topic of violence and peace within the context of the pandemic, and present findings from IEP's recent, COVID19 and Peace report. IEP will be joined by other researchers, including Travers Child who will focus on ISIL propaganda, and Rahul Mehrotra who will discuss conflict in India.
The Household in Conflict Network (HiCN) was set up in 2004 by Tilman Brück, Patricia Justino and Philip Verwimp to address a lack of quantitative research on the micro-level effects of violent conflict. Over the last 15 years or so, HiCN has delivered a large range of impactful research, changing the nature of micro-level research on violent conflict. HiCN works to reduce barriers in knowledge creation and dissemination between world regions, between disciplines and between research and practice.Learn more