Jennifer Hodge facilitates study group sessions for Myanmar research, and contributes to the coding of peace agreements for the PA-X database. Jennifer is also a PhD candidate at the UCL Department of Political Science, and holds an MSc in Conflict Studies from LSE and an MA in Economics and Politics from the University of Edinburgh.
Jennifer’s doctoral research focuses on the conditions under which local peace communities emerge in conflict-affected states, and their effectiveness in reducing physical violence against civilians in the territories in which they form. For her thesis, Jennifer compiled the first cross-national dataset of peace communities and conducted field research in Colombia.
Jennifer gained parliamentary and campaign experience working for Members of Parliament in Westminster and has worked in central government as a Strategic Advisor.
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