Tine DestrooperTine Destrooper
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As of 2018, Tine Destrooper is the director and research coordinator of the Flemish Peace Institute.
As director, she is working to identify themes for which scientific research is necessary, in close consultation with policy makers, the civil society and the scientific secretariat of the institute. She shares this research with various policy levels, the media and other civil society actors. Tine is also associate professor at the Law Faculty of Ghent University, where she caries out research on transitional justice processes.
In her previous work, she carried out research at various European and American institutions into the consequences of violent conflict and the role of the international community in this. Her publications and lectures at various international forums have highlighted the often unforeseen consequences that international interventions can have for local groups.
She was previously director of the Center for Human Rights and Global Justice in New York, where she gained experience in managing and publicising policy-oriented research, and worked together with researchers, civil society organisations and policymakers at various administrative levels.
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