Helen Ware is Professor of Peace Studies at the University of New England, Australia. Originally a demographer working across Africa, she has a long-standing career both in teaching and research in the areas of peacebuilding, rebuilding failed states, infant mortality, and human rights and refugee issues, and has published extensively in these areas. She has an established track record of supervising successful PhD students from Africa, Asia, Europe and the Pacific Islands. Prior to her return to academia, Professor Ware was Director of Research for the Australian Human Rights Commission, oversaw Australian aid to the Pacific, and was Australian High Commissioner to Zambia, Malawi and Angola.Dr Bertram Jenkins is Convenor of Peace Studies and Higher Degree Research Coordinator in the School of Humanities at the University of New England, Australia. He teaches and researches in the areas of peace and conflict. His research interests include peacebuilding, ecology and peace education.Dr Marty Branagan is an artist, activist and Lecturer in Peace Studies at the University of New England, Australia. His previous books include Global Warming, Militarism and Nonviolence: The Art of Active Resistance (Palgrave MacMillan, 2013) and We Shall Never Be Moved: The Art of Australian Nonviolence (Lambert Academic Publishing, 2008).DB Subedi has recently submitted his PhD thesis in Peace Studies at the University of New England, Australia. His research interests include disarmament, demobilisation and reintegration (DDR), post-conflict security and violence, post-conflict recovery, conflict sensitivity, migration and displacement, and business and peace.