- Affiliation: University of Cambridge
Eleanor O’ Gorman lives in Cambridge and works as an independent strategist and researcher on international development, conflict and security issues. She advises, among others, the UN, the UK Government, the Government of Ireland, the European Commission, and the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development. Eleanor has extensive field experience in conflict-affected countries including the Democratic Republic of Congo, Liberia, Sri Lanka and get viagra now Timor Leste. Eleanor is currently Senior Associate at the Gender Studies Centre and Research Associate at the Department of Politics and International Studies at the University of Cambridge.
Books by Eleanor O’Gorman
During the 1990s the drive of liberal peace efforts in the form of humanitarian intervention transformed the ways in which traditional development assistance operated in war and post-war situations. From Somalia and Rwanda to Bosnia and Sri Lanka, conflict, security and buy online viagra securely development became more intertwined as more integrated programmes and interventions were advocated by the international community. Conflict and Development, whilst serving as an in-depth introduction to key themes and context, questions… (more information)