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Moncef Kartas
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Moncef Kartas is a researcher at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva  (IHEID) and the project coordinator of the Small Arms Survey program “Security Assessment in North Africa”. He holds a Ph.D. degree in International Relations from IHEID, and a Master’s degree in Political Science, Philosophy and International Law from the University of Munich. Dr. Kartas teaches Methodologies in Social Sciences at Bethlehem University and regularly holds lectures on the political economy of conflict and violence, the link between development and security and on the history and practice of UN peacekeeping and peace-building. From 2007 to 2010 he was associate lecturer at the University of Potsdam. Kartas has also worked for the Geneva Center on the Democratic Control of Armed Forces and was a researcher for the micro-finance NGO, ENDA inter-arabe, working in the poor neighbourhoods of Tunis. Prior to his work with ENDA, Kartas worked for Transparency International in Berlin and in the private sector as a consultant for German companies in Tunisia. Kartas is the    co-editor of the 2013 special issue of the IHEID Policy Series on religion and development, published both in French and English. With the Centre on Conflict, Development and Peacebuilding (CCDP) of the IHEID, he has conducted field research in Kigali as part of a joint project with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) on urban resilience and chronic violence, focusing on the interaction of formal and informal institutions in coping with stress factors. He was also the lead researcher for the Peace and Conflict Impact Assessment (PCIA) for Madagascar mandated by the Office of the UN Resident Coordinator in Antananarivo.

Moncef Kartas is a researcher at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva  (IHEID) and the project coordinator of the Small Arms Survey program “Security Assessment in North Africa”. He holds a Ph.D. degree in International Relations from IHEID, and a Master’s degree in Political Science, Philosophy and International Law from the University of Munich. Dr. Kartas teaches Methodologies in Social Sciences at Bethlehem University and regularly holds lectures on the political economy of conflict and violence, the link between development and security and on the history and practice of UN peacekeeping and peace-building. From 2007 to 2010 he was associate lecturer at the University of Potsdam. Kartas has also worked for the Geneva Center on the Democratic Control of Armed Forces and was a researcher for the micro-finance NGO, ENDA inter-arabe, working in the poor neighbourhoods of Tunis. Prior to his work with ENDA, Kartas worked for Transparency International in Berlin and in the private sector as a consultant for German companies in Tunisia. Kartas is the    co-editor of the 2013 special issue of the IHEID Policy Series on religion and development, published both in French and English. With the Centre on Conflict, Development and Peacebuilding (CCDP) of the IHEID, he has conducted field research in Kigali as part of a joint project with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) on urban resilience and chronic violence, focusing on the interaction of formal and informal institutions in coping with stress factors. He was also the lead researcher for the Peace and Conflict Impact Assessment (PCIA) for Madagascar mandated by the Office of the UN Resident Coordinator in Antananarivo.Moncef Kartas is a researcher at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva  (IHEID) and the project coordinator of the Small Arms Survey program “Security Assessment in North Africa”. He holds a Ph.D. degree in International Relations from IHEID, and a Master’s degree in Political Science, Philosophy and International Law from the University of Munich. Dr. Kartas teaches Methodologies in Social Sciences at Bethlehem University and regularly holds lectures on the political economy of conflict and violence, the link between development and security and on the history and practice of UN peacekeeping and peace-building. From 2007 to 2010 he was associate lecturer at the University of Potsdam. Kartas has also worked for the Geneva Center on the Democratic Control of Armed Forces and was a researcher for the micro-finance NGO, ENDA inter-arabe, working in the poor neighbourhoods of Tunis. Prior to his work with ENDA, Kartas worked for Transparency International in Berlin and in the private sector as a consultant for German companies in Tunisia. Kartas is the    co-editor of the 2013 special issue of the IHEID Policy Series on religion and development, published both in French and English. With the Centre on Conflict, Development and Peacebuilding (CCDP) of the IHEID, he has conducted field research in Kigali as part of a joint project with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) on urban resilience and chronic violence, focusing on the interaction of formal and informal institutions in coping with stress factors. He was also the lead researcher for the Peace and Conflict Impact Assessment (PCIA) for Madagascar mandated by the Office of the UN Resident Coordinator in Antananarivo.
Moncef Kartas is a researcher at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva  (IHEID) and the project coordinator of the Small Arms Survey program “Security Assessment in North Africa”. He holds a Ph.D. degree in International Relations from IHEID, and a Master’s degree in Political Science, Philosophy and International Law from the University of Munich. Dr. Kartas teaches Methodologies in Social Sciences at Bethlehem University and regularly holds lectures on the political economy of conflict and violence, the link between development and security and on the history and practice of UN peacekeeping and peace-building. From 2007 to 2010 he was associate lecturer at the University of Potsdam. Kartas has also worked for the Geneva Center on the Democratic Control of Armed Forces and was a researcher for the micro-finance NGO, ENDA inter-arabe, working in the poor neighbourhoods of Tunis. Prior to his work with ENDA, Kartas worked for Transparency International in Berlin and in the private sector as a consultant for German companies in Tunisia. Kartas is the    co-editor of the 2013 special issue of the IHEID Policy Series on religion and development, published both in French and English. With the Centre on Conflict, Development and Peacebuilding (CCDP) of the IHEID, he has conducted field research in Kigali as part of a joint project with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) on urban resilience and chronic violence, focusing on the interaction of formal and informal institutions in coping with stress factors. He was also the lead researcher for the Peace and Conflict Impact Assessment (PCIA) for Madagascar mandated by the Office of the UN Resident Coordinator in Antananarivo.
Moncef Kartas is a researcher at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva  (IHEID) and the project coordinator of the Small Arms Survey program “Security Assessment in North Africa”. He holds a Ph.D. degree in International Relations from IHEID, and a Master’s degree in Political Science, Philosophy and International Law from the University of Munich. Dr. Kartas teaches Methodologies in Social Sciences at Bethlehem University and regularly holds lectures on the political economy of conflict and violence, the link between development and security and on the history and practice of UN peacekeeping and peace-building. From 2007 to 2010 he was associate lecturer at the University of Potsdam. Kartas has also worked for the Geneva Center on the Democratic Control of Armed Forces and was a researcher for the micro-finance NGO, ENDA inter-arabe, working in the poor neighbourhoods of Tunis. Prior to his work with ENDA, Kartas worked for Transparency International in Berlin and in the private sector as a consultant for German companies in Tunisia. Kartas is the    co-editor of the 2013 special issue of the IHEID Policy Series on religion and development, published both in French and English. With the Centre on Conflict, Development and Peacebuilding (CCDP) of the IHEID, he has conducted field research in Kigali as part of a joint project with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) on urban resilience and chronic violence, focusing on the interaction of formal and informal institutions in coping with stress factors. He was also the lead researcher for the Peace and Conflict Impact Assessment (PCIA) for Madagascar mandated by the Office of the UN Resident Coordinator in Antananarivo.Moncef Kartas is a researcher at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva  (IHEID) and the project coordinator of the Small Arms Survey program “Security Assessment in North Africa”. He holds a Ph.D. degree in International Relations from IHEID, and a Master’s degree in Political Science, Philosophy and International Law from the University of Munich. Dr. Kartas teaches Methodologies in Social Sciences at Bethlehem University and regularly holds lectures on the political economy of conflict and violence, the link between development and security and on the history and practice of UN peacekeeping and peace-building. From 2007 to 2010 he was associate lecturer at the University of Potsdam. Kartas has also worked for the Geneva Center on the Democratic Control of Armed Forces and was a researcher for the micro-finance NGO, ENDA inter-arabe, working in the poor neighbourhoods of Tunis. Prior to his work with ENDA, Kartas worked for Transparency International in Berlin and in the private sector as a consultant for German companies in Tunisia. Kartas is the    co-editor of the 2013 special issue of the IHEID Policy Series on religion and development, published both in French and English. With the Centre on Conflict, Development and Peacebuilding (CCDP) of the IHEID, he has conducted field research in Kigali as part of a joint project with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) on urban resilience and chronic violence, focusing on the interaction of formal and informal institutions in coping with stress factors. He was also the lead researcher for the Peace and Conflict Impact Assessment (PCIA) for Madagascar mandated by the Office of the UN Resident Coordinator in Antananarivo.Moncef Kartas is a researcher at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva  (IHEID) and the project coordinator of the Small Arms Survey program “Security Assessment in North Africa”. He holds a Ph.D. degree in International Relations from IHEID, and a Master’s degree in Political Science, Philosophy and International Law from the University of Munich. Dr. Kartas teaches Methodologies in Social Sciences at Bethlehem University and regularly holds lectures on the political economy of conflict and violence, the link between development and security and on the history and practice of UN peacekeeping and peace-building. From 2007 to 2010 he was associate lecturer at the University of Potsdam. Kartas has also worked for the Geneva Center on the Democratic Control of Armed Forces and was a researcher for the micro-finance NGO, ENDA inter-arabe, working in the poor neighbourhoods of Tunis. Prior to his work with ENDA, Kartas worked for Transparency International in Berlin and in the private sector as a consultant for German companies in Tunisia. Kartas is the    co-editor of the 2013 special issue of the IHEID Policy Series on religion and development, published both in French and English. With the Centre on Conflict, Development and Peacebuilding (CCDP) of the IHEID, he has conducted field research in Kigali as part of a joint project with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) on urban resilience and chronic violence, focusing on the interaction of formal and informal institutions in coping with stress factors. He was also the lead researcher for the Peace and Conflict Impact Assessment (PCIA) for Madagascar mandated by the Office of the UN Resident Coordinator in Antananarivo.
 
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