Bruno Domingo has a doctorate in Political Science from the University of Toulouse. Lecturer in various university courses and vocational schools, he is a researcher in Political Science at Toulouse Capitole University and at the Maison des Sciences de l'Homme et de la Société in Toulouse. He is also President of the Association Française de Criminologie (AFC). He has held various positions in the field of partnership policies for security and crime prevention.
As part of the sustainability of the IPEV project (2017-2021), coordinated by the FMSH, the Union of Mediterranean Universities (UNIMED) is organizing a capacity building activity for doctoral students and postdoctoral researchers registered in institutions of Higher Education or Research Centers.
As part of the sustainability of the IPEV project (2017-2021), in partnership with the FMSH and the Carnegie Corporation of New York, Columbia Global Centers | Amman has co-established a six-month virtual fellowship to support scholars working in the social sciences on themes relating to exiting violence.
Violence and the widespread public desire to transition from violence has been a major concern in the Middle East North Africa (MENA) region for many Years. More recently, the pandemic has increased the level of misery and dislocation in the MENA region amid fears that desperate current circumstances may trigger more violence. At the same time, the pandemic crisis may also present new opportunities for a more peaceful future in the MENA region and even a more hopeful model for the rest of the world.
While there exists a substantial amount of research on the subject of violence, both its causes and modalities, little exists on exiting violence.
Contemporary forms of violence, their tragic consequences – exile, forced migration, all sorts of crises – and the challenges encountered by those who are working towards putting an end to these issues, invite us to bridge this gap and begin laying the groundwork for a new research field.
The aim of this multidisciplinary action-research is to study the issues and dynamics of the social reintegration brakes and levers of ITC/ODSR in open custody. The study is focused on the problematic of the interlinkages between the individual and collective dimensions of their social reintegration by exploring two main hypotheses: