Thomas E. Wikstøl

Thomas Engesland Wikstøl has completed his Master of Arts in International Conflict and Security with Distinction at the University of Kent: Brussels School of International Studies. The thesis for the completion of his Master's programme, which has been summarised in the article entitled "The Silence of Male/Male Rape Victims in Burundi and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)", received a distinction. Prior to moving to Brussels, he received a Bachelor of Arts First Class Honours in Politics and Sociology at Lancaster University, UK, where he also received the Pearson Education / P A Reynolds Prize in International Relations; annually awarded by the Department of Politics, Philosophy and Religion at Lancaster University to the third-year undergraduate registered for the major or combined-major scheme in politics who achieves the best overall performance in international relations combined with good results in at least one or more subjects in theory or comparative politics. While looking for jobs, he is currently volunteering for Save the Children Norway. His blog is here.