Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) seeks a Programme Director to lead its Armed Conflict Programme.

Programme Director, Armed Conflict

Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) seeks a Programme Director to lead its Armed Conflict Programme.

Established in 1966, SIPRI is dedicated to independent research into peace, conflict and security and is known worldwide for its flagship publication, the SIPRI Yearbook, and its databases. SIPRI is based in Stockholm with presences in Beijing and Washington, DC and well-established, on-the-ground partnerships and operational networks across the globe. The staff of SIPRI is international and the working language is English. In recent years SIPRI has expanded its staff and budget while building a dynamic research and outreach agenda that reflects the fast-changing international security order and a growing concern for security and development both within and between countries.

SIPRI’s Armed Conflict Programme currently monitors and analyses trends in violent conflict around the world, as well as their causes, dynamics and consequences. The peace operations and conflict management research projects collate comprehensive information on multilateral peace operations and analyse significant trends in peace operations and their impacts, and support policy developments. The Armed Conflict Programme regularly holds high-level policy dialogues and supports track-II negotiations.

The position of Programme Director Armed Conflict is a very senior position within SIPRI, for which we seek an outstanding and innovative scholar with an international reputation.

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