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Programmes & Projects

Over the years, ELAC has established a range of research programmes and projects that cut across one or more of its research themes. Our ongoing and previous programmes have a wider research scope, whilst the projects focus on a specific research topic.

 

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Oxford Programme on International Peace and Security (IPS)
Oxford Programme on International Peace and Security (IPS)

As part of its mission, ELAC has established the Oxford Programme on International Peace and Security (IPS), to look beyond the ... Read more

Individualisation of War
Individualisation of War

The Individualisation of War (IoW) project was co-hosted by ELAC and the Europe University Institute (EUI), in Florence. Read more

The Oxford Martin Programme on Human Rights for Future Generations
The Oxford Martin Programme on Human Rights for Future Generations

The Human Rights for Future Generations (HRFG) was an interdisciplinary research programme funded by the Oxford Martin School. Read more

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Research Projects

Values and Multilateralism in Foreign Policy
Values and Multilateralism in Foreign Policy

The Programme on International Peace and Security (IPS) is pleased to launch a project on Values and Multilateralism in Foreign Policy. With the support of the Alfred Landecker Programme, IPS will examine the values that should underpin multilateral cooperation among states. We will also explore policy options for governments who encounter a conflict of values with potential partners. Read more

Mass Atrocities in the Digital Age: Preserving Social Media Evidence
Mass Atrocities in the Digital Age: Preserving Social Media Evidence

How can the technology sector and the legal profession collaborate to preserve prohibited user-generated content for use in legal proceedings? Read more

Solferino 21
Solferino 21

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The Oxford Process on International Law Protections in Cyberspace
The Oxford Process on International Law Protections in Cyberspace

The Oxford Process on International Law Protections in Cyberspace is an initiative of the Oxford Institute for Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict (ELAC) at the Blavatnik School of Government that was set in motion in May 2020 in partnership with Microsoft. Read more

The Role of Law and Policy in Confronting Conflict-Induced Hunger
The Role of Law and Policy in Confronting Conflict-Induced Hunger

In 2020, it was estimated that out of 155 million people experiencing acute hunger, 99 million did so because of conflict and insecurity. Read more

Public Health and National Security after COVID-19
Public Health and National Security after COVID-19

Our Programme on International Peace and Security (IPS) is pleased to announce the launch of a new research project, Public Health and National Security after COVID-19. In partnership with the US National Defense University’s Center for the Study of Weapons of Mass Destruction (CSWMD), IPS will examine how the US and the UK should reassess their approaches to national security in light of COVID-19. Read more

Connecting Atrocity Prevention Research and Policy
Connecting Atrocity Prevention Research and Policy

Preventing mass atrocities is still an unmet, daunting challenge, despite lessons seemingly unlearned from the genocides of our time, ... Read more

Overcoming Barriers to Accountability for Crimes Affecting Children in Armed Conflict
Overcoming Barriers to Accountability for Crimes Affecting Children in Armed Conflict

Our Programme on International Peace and Security announces a new partnership with Save the Children around a research project concerned with Overcoming Barriers to Accountability for Crimes Affecting Children in Armed Conflict. Read more

Cyber Due Diligence
Cyber Due Diligence

While advancements in information and communication technologies (ICTs) have greatly improved the quality and efficiency of services and goods worldwide, they come with inherent vulnerabilities, risks and costs. Read more

Anchoring Accountability for Mass Atrocities
Anchoring Accountability for Mass Atrocities

A Project to Research and Advise on the Permanent Support Needed to Fulfil International Investigative Mandates Read more

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