Centre for Trust, Peace and Social Relations
The former Canadian Prime Minister Kim Campbell and current Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby will be speaking about leadership at the sixth annual RISING Global Peace conference.
People in Coventry are being offered opportunities to develop their employment prospects and access training, thanks to an eco-friendly furniture factory in the city.
In his new book Death by a Thousand Cuts, Matt Qvortrup, Professor of Political Science and International Relations in the Centre for Trust, Peace and Social Relations, puts the current crisis of democracy into historical perspective.
The CTPSR Webinar Series, podcasts, seminars, and conferences present thought provoking and topical research to connect academic and policy audiences through an exchange of knowledge and ideas.
The Centre exemplifies Coventry University’s long-standing commitment to research that makes an impact on society and on the security and quality of life of people worldwide.
RISING Global Peace Forum
RISING gathers peacebuilders, policymakers and academics from around the world to exchange strategies for resolving violent conflict and sustaining peaceful societies.