The International Research Network on Cultures of Intervention (CoINet) undertakes and promotes research in order to gain deeper understanding of the effects of international interventions – humanitarian and military – in the intervening as well as intervened societies.
Towards this CoINet:
- conducts research in post-intervention societies as well as on/or within intervening organisations; (Research Projects)
- connects researchers working on similar issues all around the world in our network; (Network)
- approaches experts and organisations for discussion, consulting and advising as they conceptualise, implement and evaluate projects and programs; (Speeches | Presentations)
By offering space for debate and publication, individual or institutional contributors are invited to support the building of opinion and insight (Resources)
CoINet IS INDEPENDENT AND NOT AFFILIATED WITH ANY PARTICULAR POLITICAL; RELIGIOUS OR ETHNIC GROUP OR PARTY