Current Position: Senior Lecturer Special Responsibilities (specialising in Diplomacy), Communication and Applied Behavioural Science at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst.
Recipient of a UN Commendation for Negotiation work (2009).
Speaking in: Fifth Week, Hilary 2010
Speaking on: Threats and Responses: identifying strategies in an insecure world
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Deborah Goodwin is a member of the Academic Council on the United Nations System and of the Strategic and Combat Studies Institute. She is Honorary Visiting Research Fellow at the University of Bradford, Department of Peace Studies; Visiting Research Fellow at the University of Reading, Department of Politics and International Relations; Visiting Lecturer at the Folke Bernadotte Academy, Sweden; amongst others.
Deborah is also a faculty member of the Pearson Peacekeeping Centre, Nova Scotia, Canada, where she has lectured on their Negotiation for Peacekeepers course. She has guest lectured on conflict resolution and diplomacy themes around the world, and has trained civilian groups and NATO, EUFOR, Police and UN personnel in diplomatic techniques.
Deborah is actively writing and publishing, and working with other international theorists to deepen the theoretical and practical understanding of diplomacy and negotiation. In June 2009 the Commander of the British Contingent United Nations Force in Cyprus awarded a UN Commendation to Deborah in recognition of her outstanding contribution in support of negotiation training to British Contingent troops. This rare and highly esteemed commendation reflects the high regard in which British soldiers hold the negotiation training that has helped them operate successfully in difficult and volatile circumstances.
- UN Commendation for Negotiation work (awarded 2009)
- Named as an ‘extraordinary woman’ working in Conflict Resolution by PeaceDirect for International Womens’ Day 2007 ( UK NGO).
(Current as of February 2010)
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 21 April 2010 )