Rojan is a knowledge broker for Sahel Watch, the Inclusive Economy Africa, and the Inclusive Economy Europe programmes at The Broker. Rojan has a degree in social and cultural anthropology from VU University Amsterdam, where he gained a Master of Science specializing in Human Security. He is broadly interested in the field of international development, specific topics of interest include human security, peacebuilding, nationalist politics and conflict prevention. He has also been involved in The Broker's work for various knowledge platforms on Security Rule of Law, Inclusive Development (INCLUDE), and Food & Business.
As the European Union struggles to deal with the increased inflow of migrants attempting to cross the Mediterranean Sea from Libya, international and regional actors are trying to broker a unity government to bring stability to the country and the region.
In the online consultation on inclusive development launched by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, roughly three different perspectives are expressed on how social protection contributes to inclusive development. It is seen either as a means to build the resilience of the extreme poor, as a catalyst for increasing economic growth, or as a basic human right. Which of these perspectives is preferable is, above all, a matter of political choice
Engaging with local non-state actors provides opportunities for peacebuilding, especially in places where the state is absent and solutions should be sought within communities. In the third online debate of the Knowledge Platform Security & Rule of Law, 30 international experts determined key factors for successful peacebuilding policies.
List of sources for conflict and context analysis frameworks, outlining organisations with their corresponding analytical frameworks.