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Christina Mammone

Early Career Researcher in Peace and Conflict Studies, Flinders University

Awarded her PhD at Flinders University, South Australia in 2022, Christina has consistently focused her research on the limitations of international humanitarian efforts in post-conflict countries to promote sustainable long-form peacebuilding. Her research is primarily focused on transitional justice and how its relationship with development can provide a more durable form of peace. To address this relationship, Christina’s approach to transitional justice research incorporates retrospective analysis and contemporary development perspectives. Presently, Christina’s research explores transitional justice implementation in the early 2000s and its contemporary impact.

Prior to commencing her PhD at Flinders University, Christina studied at the University of South Australia where she primarily focused on the disarmament, demobilisation and reintegration of child soldiers and how child soldiering affects peacebuilding and societal reconstruction.


  • –present
    Early Careers Research in Peace and Conflict Studies, Flinders University


  • 2022 
    Flinders University, Doctor of Philosophy/ International Relations