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EFSAS Research Fellows

EFSAS Fellowship Program

 

The challenges facing South Asia and the world require innovative, evidence-based research that generate fresh thinking and innovative policy solutions. Through its Fellowship program, EFSAS seeks to increase diversity in its work by collaborating with scholars, academics and creative thinkers to help achieve our mission of conducting in-depth research and conceive new ideas in order to find sustainable solutions to conflicts and facilitate an atmosphere of reconciliation, peace and tranquillity. Listed below are Fellows at EFSAS and their contributions. 

Dr. Adam Aitken - EFSAS

Dr. Adam Aitken

Dr. Adam Aitken is a Lecturer in Criminology at De Montfort University. He taught previously at Glasgow…
Publication: Ms. Tina Billington-Hughes

Ms. Tina Billington-Hughes

Ms. Tina Billington-Hughes is the Deputy Programme Leader on the BA (Hons) Policing Practice and BA (Hons)…