IBRU: Centre for Borders Research
Through research, consultancy and training, IBRU seeks to facilitate enhanced understanding of border areas, contribute to the peaceful resolution of boundary disputes, and engage with broader geographic questions concerning the changing nature of sovereignty, territory, citizenship, and the political organisation of space.
Since its founding as the International Boundaries Research Unit in 1989, IBRU has been the world’s leading research centre on international boundary making and dispute resolution, creating impact through the services it provides to the public and private sectors. Today, IBRU brings together work in international boundary law with the geographic study of borders and bordering in the 21st century.
IBRU is part of the Geography Department at Durham University.
Department of Geography
Tel: +44 (0)191 334 1965
Fax: +44 (0)191 334 1962
PROFESSIONAL TRAINING WORKSHOPS
13-15 November 2018, New York
IBRU the Centre for Borders Research at Durham University works to minimise conflict associated with international boundaries on land and at sea.
- Border Network for Human Rights receives IBRU’s Milefsky Award @GeogDurham @Durham_uni #borders https://t.co/86bugY3kUL
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- RT @NatGeoMaps: Conflict in Kashmir takes a grim toll on unwitting victims: wounds old and new deepen in a generations-old, seemingly endle…
Tweeted on Fri, 08 Jun 2018 10:51:17 +0100
- RT @crangma: One for @ibrudurham : Ethiopia accepts the Algiers agreement on border dispute in bid to normalize relations with Eritrea http…
Tweeted on Wed, 06 Jun 2018 13:29:27 +0100
- Boundary Demarcation and Maintenance Professional Training Workshop 2-4 July 2018 Durham UK https://t.co/bXdcQfKYbx
Tweeted on Thu, 31 May 2018 10:10:50 +0100