Tom Woodhouse (project representative)
...Prof. Tom Woodhouse
...Professor Tom Woodhouse holds the Adam Curle Chair in Conflict Resolution at the University of Bradford.He founded the Centre for Conflict Resolution at the University of Bradford in 1990, and was its director from then until September 2000.
The Centre conducts a doctoral research programme, and has a training and outreach project which offers workshops and training in conflict resolution skills and processes.It also publishes its research reports in the series Working Papers in Conflict Resolution.He is a member of the ISIS Europe management board.He
has published widely on conflict resolution, including the following:
Peacemaking in a Troubled World
, Berg Publishers
, Oxford, 1991.Humanitarian Intervention in Contemporary Conflict: A Reconceptualisation.Polity Press
, Oxford, 1996 (with Oliver Ramsbotham); United Nations Peacekeeping and Peacemaking: Towards Effective Intervention in Contemporary Conflict
, Macmillan, Basingstoke, 1997; Conflict Resolution in Contemporary Conflict, Polity Press
, Oxford, 1999 (with H. Miall and O. Ramsbotham); Encyclopaedia of International Peacekeeping Operations, ABC/CLIO, Santa Barbara, Denver, and Oxford, 1999, (with O. Ramsbotham); "UNPROFOR: Some Observations from a Conflict Resolution Perspective", in International Peacekeeping, Vol 1, 2, 1994. (With Fetherston and Ramsbotham); Peacekeeping and Conflict Resolution, Frank Cass London 2000 (with Oliver Ramsbotham); Peacekeeping and International Conflict Resolution - a correspondence course for UNITAR Programme of Correspondence Instruction in Peace-keeping Operations, 2000, New York and Geneva (written with Tamara Duffey).He
has most recently published "Hawks and Doves: Peacekeeping and Conflict Resolution", which is part of the Berghof Handbook for Conflict Transformation, published by the Berghof Research Centre for Constructive Conflict Management
, April 2001 (with Wiebke Hansen and Oliver Ramsbotham).His
current research interests are in the roles of conflict resolution theory and processes in new doctrines of peacekeeping; in the relationship between conflict resolution theory and practice, especially in relation to conflict resolution training for civilian and military personnel in conflict areas and in post conflict peacebuilding; and in the conflict resolution mechanisms within evolving EU CFSP.