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Greg Carroll

Greg Carroll Ph.D., (BSc.Ed. Melbourne University Australia, MA, Columbia University USA, PhD Monash University, Australia) is a Professor of Peace and Conflict Studies, and the Center for Human Rights and Human Rights Education at Salem State University in Massachusetts, USA, and a Fulbright Specialist. His research interests include human rights, youth nation-building in divided societies, resilience and globalization. He has worked extensively in the West African country of Liberia and the Southeast Asian nation of Timor-Leste, since 2015 he has been collaborating with Petro Mohyla Black Sea National University, a Ukrainian national university in Mykolaiv. His recent works are Carroll, G.,, (2023) Resilience in Liberia: an Initial Study. In Leitao, S., & Vissing, Y., (Eds.) Community Structures and Processes on Lives of Refugee Children. Vernon Press. Carroll, G. (2022). Viewpoints on Human Rights from the Global South. In Zajda, J., Vissing, Y., (Eds.) Discourses of Globalisation, Ideology, and Human Rights. Springer. Carroll, G. (2021). Fragmentation and Integration: global education policy at the crossroads In Manian. V.,(Ed.), Interrogating Common Sense: Frameworks for the Critical Analysis of Curriculum Policy and Practice 4th Edition. Frenchs Forest, NSW: Pearson. Carroll, G., & Kupczyk-Romanczuk, G. (2007). Millennium Development Goals and Timor-Leste. In M. Clarke & S. Feeny (Eds.), Education for the End of Poverty: Implementing all the Millennium Development Goals (pp. 65–83). Nova Science Publishers.

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