Rhodri C. Williams was a guest researcher at the Åland Islands Peace Institute from 2007 to 2009. His research interests include study of minority protection and autonomy regimes as means of addressing the root causes of conflict and preventing displacement.
Mr. Williams has both a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in geography and a law degree from New York University.
Post-Conflict Property Restitution and Refugee Return in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Implications for International Standard-Setting and Practice , 37 New York University Journal of International Law and Policy, vol. 37/3 (2006)
Housing, Land, Property and Conflict Management: Identifying Policy Options for Rule of Law Programming (with A. Hurwitz & K. Studdard), International Peace Academy Policy Paper (2005)
Post-conflict property restitution in Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina: legal rationale and practical implementation , Forced Migration Review 21 (2004)