Professor Edward Halpin
Applied Global Ethics
Senator George Mitchell Centre and the Praxis Centre
Location: Bronte 107
Telephone: 0113 812 3482
Edward Halpin is a Professor of Peace Education and has a background in politics, community development and social informatics. His research interests include human and child rights, peace and conflict resolution and eGovernment. He is currently Director of the Senator George Mitchell Centre for Peace & Conflict and Associate Director of the Praxis Centre at Leeds Met.
He has worked as an expert for the European Parliament Scientific and Technical Options (STOA) Unit, is an Associate Schumann Fellow, having researched at the European University in Florence, member of Pugwash, and a Fellow of the Royal Society for the Arts.
Professor Halpin has published widely in academic journals and his books include "Human Rights and the Internet" (Palgrave, 2000) and co-edited the book "Cyberwar, Netwar, and the Revolution in Military Affairs" (Palgrave, 2006).