Brendan Sturgeon
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    United Kingdom

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I am open to PhD applications in the fields of:- Conflict transformation - Political violence - Anthropology and policy.

20112021

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Communities in Transition (CIT) is funded by The Executive Office NI (TEO), in partnership with Co-operation Ireland (CI), and supports eight geographic areas where there has been a history of paramilitary activity and coercive control. Dr Sturgeon leads an evaluation of CIT and its related projects, on behalf of TEO and in partnership with CI. The rolling assessment has included the collection of data in line with each project’s bespoke Outcomes Based Accountability (OBA) framework and via Baseline and Exit Surveys (among other points of enquiry).

https://www.executiveoffice-ni.gov.uk/articles/communities-transition-background

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