Following our visit to the International Commission for Missing Persons, we headed to Srebrenica (see Remembering Srebrenica part 1). The site of Potoćari (the base of the Dutch peacekeepers during
Durham Global Security Institute (DGSI) students, taking either the Masters in Diplomacy, Defence and Development, or the Masters in Conflict Prevention and Peacebuilding, visited Bosnia Herzegovina for a full week.
It’s over two years now since we launched the Durham Student Blog, a regular series of blogs written by current students to tell you what life is really like here at Durham University. We aim
Returning to Durham after a long Easter break to a term full of revision and exams can be a bit daunting – so much to do, so little time! Add to this
When I was approached by a vintage-clad stranger in my hometown a couple of years ago, I only had a vague idea of what swing dancing might be. Due to
Established in 1904, St Chad’s is one of the oldest colleges in Durham. We are conveniently located on the Bailey, right opposite of the Cathedral, and less than a 5