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Phd Researcher Profile
Nisan Alıcı is a PhD researcher at the Transitional Justice Institute (TJI), Ulster University. Her project is on ‘Transitional Justice in an Ongoing Conflict: A victim-survivor centred analysis of TJ mechanisms in the context of the Kurdish Conflict.’ Nisan holds a Master’s degree in International Conflict and Security from the University of Kent and a BA in Political Science and International Relations from Boğaziçi University.
Nisan was awarded research scholarships from the International Peace Research Association Foundation and Sivil Düşün EU Programme. She is co-founder of Demos Research Association for Peace, Democracy and Alternative Politics where she also works as a researcher and trainer.
Prior to joining the TJI, Nisan worked in the Turkish Parliament as a deputy advisor. She has also had various experiences with NGOs working in the areas of gender, human rights, and peace both as an activist and researcher.
Transitional justice (with a focus on ongoing conflict), peace processes, gender inclusion in peace processes, peace activism, victim-centred approach to transitional justice, critical peace
Transitional justice, Conflict Analysis, Peace and Gender, Human Rights.
Bachelor, Boğaziçi University
Master, University of Kent
Researcher & Board Member2015 → …
- H Social Sciences (General)
- JA Political science (General)
- K Law (General)
- Transitional Justice
- Human Rights