Postdoctoral ResearcherHogai works on the Locally-led Peace (LLP) research in reorientating disarmament, demobilization, and reintegration processes in the DRC towards bottom-up, community-centered programming.
Research Assistant Professor
Political Leadership Academy DirectorDr. Davidson is a scholar-practitioner of conflict resolution focusing on civil war, insurgency, and vulnerable populations with over a decade of experience in economic peacebuilding in war-torn countries working most recently in the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo and previously in Iraq, Afghanistan, Uganda, Colombia, and Burundi.
Research Associate Professor
Executive Director of the Better Evidence ProjectHelsing has taught a broad range of subjects, including conflict resolution, analysis of war and peace, negotiations, human rights and conflict, and international relations theory. Prior to joining the Carter School, he spent 23 years at the United States Institute of Peace, including as head of USIP’s Education and Training Department.
Director, Mary Hoch Center for Reconciliation, Carter School
Research Professor, Carter SchoolAntti holds experience in peace processes and reconciliation in Somalia, South Sudan and Libya. His efforts now focus on developing support mechanisms to connect insider reconcilers with state level political processes.
Research Assistant Professor, Carter School
Executive Director, Center of Peacemaking Practice
PhD Alum, Carter SchoolMargarita has extensive experience in peace and reconciliation work in the South Caucaus. Since 2012 she has been facilitating Georgain-South Ossetian reconciliation dialogues together with Carter School faculty Dr. Susan Allen.