We are an international and interdisciplinary group of researchers based in the UK, Finland, Norway and Sweden. The project is led by Dr Megan O’Neill from the University of Dundee. Data is being collected in the UK, Finland and Norway. Although each work package has a named lead, partners across the four countries contribute to data collection, analysis, conceptual framing and dissemination. Links to short bios can be found for each of our project partners below, as well as others who have made important contributions to the project.
Professor Iain Cameron
Project lead: Sweden
Iain Cameron is professor in public international law at Uppsala University. He is the author of numerous books and articles in the field of international and constitutional law. He has specialized particularly in issues relating to security and human rights. In 2005 he was appointed to the Venice Commission.
Professor Nick Fyfe
Professor Nick Fyfe is the Dean of the School of Social Sciences at the University of Dundee and was the founding Director of the Scottish Institute for Policing Research read more…
Professor Robin Geiss
Tristan Henderson is a Senior Lecturer in Computer Science at the
University of St Andrews. His research aims to better understand
user behaviour in networked systems and use this to build improved
Additional Research Contribution and Support
The project team are incredibly grateful to the following researchers for their contributions to producing reports for the project. (Click links to visit personal/institutional webpages)