Oxford Research Group

Founding Year: 1982

Staff: 12

Budget: 585,000$

Catherine Roe

Was “an independent peace and security think-and-action-tank” working on “pioneering new, more strategic and sustainable approaches to security and peace-building.” It seeked to “break out of the cycle of conflict and violence” by transforming “the way that people and policy-makers think about security” through its “original research, wide-ranging dialogue, and practical policy recommendations.” Operations ceased in 2020 due to funding issues.

Work areas:

Areas of interest:

  • Geopolitics
  • Defence



Oxford Research Group contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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