Katerina Antoniou

Katerina Antoniou is a lecturer at the University of Central Lancashire Cyprus and a course leader for the BA (Hons) in Hospitality and Tourism Management. She specialises in peacebuilding and conflict resolution research. Her doctoral thesis, submitted to the University of Central Lancashire, Preston, discusses peacebuilding and conflict resolution processes and examines peacebuilding professionals in Cyprus. Additional research interests include social identity, intergroup contact, dark tourism, and (de)securitisation. Katerina has received training on higher education, cross-cultural facilitation, and conflict mediation. She has also been involved in a variety of non-formal education initiatives, including youth empowerment workshops and intercommunal activities. She holds a BA in Political Science and Economics from Clark University, Massachusetts, and an MSc in International Relations Theory from the London School of Economics. She is also a member of the Cyprus Youth Council Pool of Trainers and a Fulbright Alumna.

Language(s): English, Greek

 

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