Dr Jennifer Giblin’s general research interests lie in the fields of conflict and security law, United Nations law, peacekeeping, and post-conflict situations.
Jennifer’s current research examines international law and United Nations peacekeeping in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. It examines the relationship between peacekeeping and intervention and seeks to identify the legal and normative boundaries of contemporary peacekeeping. It then questions whether these frameworks have been stretched to their limits, requiring a reimagining or reinvigoration of UN peacekeeping.
Jennifer has acted as an Editorial Assistant for the Journal of Conflict and Security Law (JCSL) and a Research Assistant for various academics, projects and publications contributing to European Parliament policy briefings, textbooks on Law and the British Military and numerous journal articles and reports.