Andrea Pabst is based at the University of Applied Sciences Dusseldorf. Previously she was a researcher at the Center for Conflict Studies of the University of Marburg and in the field of International Relations and Peace and Conflict Studies at the University of Osnabrück.

Latest from Andrea Pabst

Violent past, privileged future? Politics and entitlement in post-conflict Rwanda

Feeling like a hero or victim can drive social processes in post-conflict societies. In the second of a two-part series, Andrea Pabst and Markus Bayer discuss the impact of victimisation in Rwanda. Read more »

10 October 2016

Heroes and victims: social perceptions and peacebuilding

Feeling like a hero or victim can lead to feelings of entitlement, and drive social processes in post-conflict societies. In the first of a two-part series, Andrea Pabst and Markus Bayer discuss how this has affected Namibia. Read more »

30 September 2016