Institute of Security and Global Affairs
Within the Institute of Security and Global Affairs, research is organised in seven main research groups:
The focus here is on research into the influence of the cyber sphere on society, and how digital technology affects more traditional concepts such as government, law, international relations, sovereignty and conflict.
This field of research concentrates on the shifting power configurations in the world, conflict prevention and the work and influence of various players in world politics.
This research group studies the symptoms, causes and dynamic of crises and the challenges of crisis management.
Within the research area Intelligence and security, intelligence is studied from a political, historical, ethical, judicial, and methodological perspective.
Physical Violence refers to violence related to criminal activities, violence perpetrated in interpersonal conflict such as in the domestic sphere, and socio-political violence.
This research group studies terrorism and other politically motivated violence.
The research group War, Peace and Justice brings together scholars, researchers as well as current and former practitioners to explore issues related to the drivers, nature and (new) dynamics of war and conflict, comprehensive approaches to the promotion of sustainable peace, and the role of justice and human rights in the context of conflict, peace and global affairs.
Research Support Team
The Research Support Team at the Institute of Security and Global Affairs provides comprehensive support and timely advice to researchers in identifying relevant grant schemes or funding systems.
The offer continuous guidance and oversight from pre-award to post-implementation phases, as well as personal training and coaching to hone key grant-writing skills, facilitate the achievement of individual career goals and match them with the implementation of the institute’s research strategy.