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Dr Miriam Bradley

Teaching Fellow in International Security

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Miriam Bradley joined UCL in 2012 as a Teaching Fellow in International Security. She has previously taught courses in International Relations, Latin American Politics, and International Security at Oxford University and Oxford Brookes University. She has also held full-time positions in humanitarian research groups at the Overseas Development Institute and at INSEAD.

Miriam’s research interests lie at the intersection of International Relations, International Law and Humanitarian Policy. She has particular expertise on the Colombian conflict, the work of the International Committee of the Red Cross and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, and international legal and normative frameworks for the protection of civilians.

Miriam completed her doctorate in International Relations at Oxford University, examining the approaches taken by humanitarian agencies to protect civilians during internal armed conflict. Additionally, she has an MSc in Forced Migration (Oxford) and an MSc in Development Studies (Birkbeck).

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