Dr. Tania Miletic is a Research Fellow with the School of Social and Political Sciences. Tania is currently engaged with the 'Australian International Conflict Resolution Project’, undertaking research in partnership with DFAT, that aims to provide a comprehensive analysis of Australian diplomatic experiences in support of peace processes since 1990. Tania has over 15 years experience in research and teaching, specialising in peace and conflict studies as well as extensive applied experience on peacebuilding programs in the Asia Pacific region. From 2005 - 2012, Tania worked with the Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies, a peacebuilding organisation based in Cambodia. Tania is a visiting researcher on a conflict resolution program in mainland China. Her recent PhD focused on understanding contemporary conflicts in China through exploring the perspectives of its emerging leaders. Tania has taught on conflict resolution programs in Australia, Cambodia and China. Her research foci include peacebuilding, conflict resolution, evaluation and monitoring, international development and refugee and immigrant mental health. Tania has consulted for a range of international organisations focused on peacebuilding, and is locally engaged with community-led initiatives. Tania has a background in psychology, having previously worked with the Centre for Global Mental Health, Melbourne School of Population and Global Health and the Victorian Foundation for Survivors of Torture (Foundation House Inc.)
Centre for Global Non killing (CGNK).
Non killing Political Science Research Committee 2011 -
Action Asia Peacebuilders Network.
Action Asia Peacebuilders Network 2010 -
American Psychological Association.
Peace Psychology Division 48: Society for the Study of Peace, Conflict, and Violence 2010 -
Transcend International, Peace Development Environment Network.
South East Asia Branch 2009 -