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Urban Spaces and Sectarian Contestation Simon Mabon - 28th Feb 2020
Sectarianism in the Longue Duree Simon Mabon - 25th Nov 2019
Saudi and Iran: how our two countries could make peace and bring stability to the Middle Eas Eyad Alrefai - 19th Jun 2019

Relations between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Islamic Republic o...

What We Do

The Sectarianism, Proxies and De-sectarianisation (SEPAD) project based at Lancaster University’s Richardson Institute is a collaborative project aimed at understanding the conditions that give rise to sectarian violence and proxy conflicts.

Announcements

Urban Spaces and Sectarian Contestation: Concluding Remarks John Nagle - 8th Mar 2020

Cities are laboratories in which sectarian divisions are dialecti...

Disclosing Reality: Daily Life of Palestinians in Contested East Jerusalem Simon Mabon - 8th Mar 2020

Adel Ruished, Lancaster University

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More than a fight for a park: How urban spaces in Bosnia-Herzegovina become arenas for contestation of ethno-nationalist politics Anne Kirstine Rønn - 6th Mar 2020

The loss of urban spaces has sparked several social movements in Eastern...

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