Dr. Véronique Dudouet
Conflict Transformation Research
Véronique Dudouet is Programme Director for Conflict Transformation Research. She joined the Berghof research team in 2005 and has since managed various collaborative research projects on resistance/liberation movements, negotiations and third-party intervention in asymmetric conflicts, inclusive political/security transitions, post-war governance and civil resistance. She conducts regular policy advice, peer-to-peer advice and training seminars for/with conflict and peacebuilding stakeholders. She also carries out consultancy research for various civil society organisations and international agencies (e.g. UNDP, OECD-DAC, European Parliament/External Action Service, GIZ, NOREF) and serves as Academic Advisor of the International Center on Nonviolent Conflict in Washington.
Véronique has co-founded and edited several electronic peer-reviewed journals, and has published two edited books and numerous publications in the fields of conflict transformation and nonviolent resistance. As a scholar-activist, she has been involved in numerous anti-war and nonviolent campaigns, including as a volunteer for the International Solidarity Movement (ISM) in the Palestinian territories.
Véronique holds an MA and a PhD in Conflict Resolution from the University of Bradford, UK, as well as a BA in political science and a postgraduate research diploma (DEA) in International Relations and Security from the Institut d’Etudes Politiques, Toulouse, France.