Mr. de Kerckhove is Senior Fellow at the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, University of Ottawa. He entered the Canadian Foreign Service in 1973 and served as Canada’s High Commissioner to the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, Ambassador to the Republic of Indonesia and the Arab Republic of Egypt. He was also the Personal representative of the Prime Minister for la Francophonie.PROFILE
CIPS Senior Associate: http://cip-01b.eproofs.ca/gerd-schonwalder-senior-associate-2013-2014PROFILE
Gabrielle Bardall is a scholar-practitioner whose work focuses on elections and democratization processes. She holds a PhD from the Université de Montreal and has worked in over 35 countries on elections, democracy and women’s participation with IFES, UNDP, UN Women and others. Her work on violence against women in elections pioneered the field and she has served in numerous advisory and technical roles for US, European and international organizations.PROFILE
Alan Freeman was named a Senior Fellow in the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs in 2014. He came to the University of Ottawa in 2011 as a Public Servant in Residence from Canada's Department of Finance, where he served as Assistant Deputy Minister of Consultations and Communications. Alan joined the Public Service in 2008 after a distinguished career in journalism as a parliamentary reporter and business journalist for The Canadian Press, The Wall Street Journal and The Globe and Mail. At The Globe, he spent more than 10 years as a foreign correspondent based in Berlin, London and Washington. Alan is a graduate of McGill University and Columbia University, where he received a Master's degree in Journalism.PROFILE
Research Associate, 2011-2013, Centre for International Policy Studies. Rachel Kerr is a Senior Lecturer in War Studies at King’s College London, UK. She has also served as a Commissioning Editor for Polity Press and a Research Associate at the Centre for International Studies, University of Cambridge. She holds a BA in International History and Politics from the University of Leeds and an MA and PhD in War Studies from King’s College London. Dr Kerr leads the War Crimes Research Group at King’s College London and her research interests are broadly concerned with aspects of law and war, in particular transitional/post-conflict justice. She is currently working on a book about perceptions of the ICT in the former Yugoslavia and a research project exploring the role of visual evidence in war crimes prosecutions. Immediately prior to coming to Ottawa, she was a Fellow at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington, DC.PROFILE
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