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About Teresa Dumasy

Teresa Dumasy is Director of Policy and Learning at Conciliation Resources. She has extensive experience of UK policy on engagement with armed groups as part of peace processes and the impact of UK counter-terrorism legislation on the work of NGOs operating in conflict contexts. She has worked for the UK Government, Foreign and Commonwealth Office and Department for International Development, including as a political officer at the British Embassy in Paris. She is a Senior Research Fellow within the Conflict Analysis Research Centre at the School of Politics and International Relations, University of Kent. 

Articles by Teresa Dumasy

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

What is peacebuilding? Ask the public

This International Peace Day a striking 84% of people in the UK, US and Germany agree that ‘human beings have the right to live in peace: free from conflict’.

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