Harry is a Postdoctoral Research Associate working on the Government Outcomes Lab’s Global Systematic Review of Outcomes-Based Contracting. His research background is in geopolitics and political theory, with a particular focus on United Nations peace operations. He is interested in how political institutions can contribute to the well-being of citizens, and in the changing role of the State in the face of contemporary challenges that frequently transcend national borders.
Harry joined the Government Outcomes Lab after completing his PhD at the University of Bristol’s School of Geographical Sciences. He also holds an MSc from Bristol and a BSc from Queen’s University Belfast.
H. Bregazzi (2019) “Testimony Against the Whole”: Examining the Limits of Peace with Irigaray and Derrida. Towards a New Human Being
H. Bregazzi, M. Jackson (2018) Agonism, critical political geography, and the new geographies of peace. Progress in Human Geography