Since 2005 the FBA has supported approximately 100 research projects, among them data collections, surveys and experimental studies. The research grants have enabled the publication of a number of scientific papers, books and articles of importance to international policy development within the field of peace and security.
Funds are granted once a year and members of FBA’s research working groups can apply. The applications are evaluated by a committee, composed of senior researchers and practitioners.
2017 research grants
During 2017, FBA has granted a total of 2.4 million SEK to 11 research projects. Click here to find a summary of the researchers and projects that have been granted funds.
Social Networks and Reduction of Recidivism in Colombia
Cyrus Samii, New York University
Women, Peace and Security: What are the Mechanisms?
Dara Kay Cohen, Harvard University
Closed Doors or Open for Talks? Civil Society Actors in Peace Negotiations
Desirée Nilsson, Uppsala University
Civil War Ceasefires – A Data Collection Project
Govinda Clayton, Centre for Security Studies, ETH Zürich
Conflict Prevention 2.0: Preventing ‘transjihadization’ of Islamist Armed Conflicts
Isak Svensson, Uppsala University
A Gender Perspective on Civilian Ceasefire Monitoring and Protection in Myanmar
Jana Krause, University of Amsterdam
The Local Legacies of International Crisis: The Dynamics of Gender Inequality and Social Tension during Threatening Times
Kyle Beardsley, Duke University
Managing Inclusion for Sustainable Peace Through Constitutional Implementation
Pip Nicholson, Melbourne Law School
After Exit: Assessing the Consequences of UN Peacekeeping Withdrawal
Richard Caplan, University of Oxford
Understanding the Protection and Prevention Pillars of UNSCR 1325: Data Collection on Sexual Violence in Liberia
Sabrina Karim, Cornell University
Protection Norms: Understanding Changes in Gender Roles after Armed Conflict in Eastern DR Congo
Summer Lindsey, Colombia University