THE GIC
NETWORK

War and violent conflict are often presented as anarchic, with the most basic governance activities abolished and all services lacking. Our academic network ‘governance in conflict’ wants to challenge this popular assumption and focus explicitly on the role of governance in and during conflict.

ABOUT GIC & PARTNERS

THE GIC
PROJECT

War and violent conflict are often presented as anarchic, with the most basic governance activities abolished and all services lacking. Our programme ‘governance in conflict’ wants to challenge this popular assumption and focus explicitly on the role of governance in and during conflict.

ABOUT GIC & PARTNERS