TransConflict’s respective Advisory Boards are composed of academics, experts and professionals from a variety of backgrounds.
- Ulas Doga Eralp is a scholar and practitioner of international conflict, human rights, development and democratization. He has a PhD from the School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution from George Mason University. Learn more about Ulas Doga Eralp
- Julian Harston is one of the world’s leading practitioners of peacekeeping, he recently retired as an Assistant Secretary General in the United Nations. His last post was as the Representative of the Secretary-General in Belgrade, Serbia. Learn more about Julian Harston
- Kenneth Morrison is Senior Lecturer in Modern European History at De Montfort University, Leicester and will be Senior Visiting Fellow at the London School of Economic’s European Institute in 2011/12. Learn more about Kenneth Morrison
- Spyros A. Sofos is a Visiting Research Fellow at Southeast European Studies at Oxford (SEESOX), St Antony’s College, University of Oxford. Learn more about Spyros A. Sofos
- Orna Young is a researcher working with the Institute for Conflict Research, Belfast. In her role she specialises on issues related to conflict, peacebuilding, human rights and social transformation. Learn more about Orna Young
- Brankica Grupkovic is a lawyer who is currently acting as the Representative of the International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD) to the Republic of Serbia and to Montenegro.
- Aleksandar Mitic is a lecturer at the University of Belgrade and an Associate of the Transnational Foundation for Peace and Future Research in Lund, Sweden.
- Prof. Dragan Popadic is a Professor of Social Psychology at the University of Belgrade, Mr. Popadic is a founding and executive member of the Center for Antiwar Action.
- Jelena Savic is a project manager at the National Alliance for Local Economic Development, where she was responsible for the Urban Land Finance project in Serbia.
TransConflict Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH)
- Savo Heleta is the author of ‘Not My Turn to Die: Memoirs of a Broken Childhood in Bosnia’. Learn more about Savo Heleta