• Project dates: 2017
  • Sponsor: ARC Discovery Early Career Research Award

Dr Charles Hunt’s research is focussed on social and economic development in relation to the reform of governance and security systems as a means of promoting resilient societies after divisive conflict.

He is working on identifying the implications for and responsibilities of an ever globalising international society in addressing and facilitating transformative processes of social change.

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Dr Charles T Hunt

Dr Charles T Hunt

Vice-Chancellor's Senior Research Fellow

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Conflict, Peacebuilding and Security

The study of Conflict, Peace-building and Security reveals not only what causes conflict and how it is constantly changing, but also how innovative new approaches can help communities prevent, overcome and recover from conflict.

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News & Blog

The World’s Youngest Failed State: Interrogating Western Interventions in South Sudan

The full recording of the lecture is available at charlesthunt.com/public-talks En route to conduct research in Juba, South Sudan, Dr Charles T Hunt, a Vice Chancellor’s Senior Research Fellow in the Social & Global Studies Centre, along with Adam Day from the United Nations University’s Centre for Policy Research, gave a public lecture on the […]

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