I write, speak and debate on a number of issues around nonviolence, peacekeeping, communities and social change.
I have had work published in Peace News including Book Reviews (Cultural Memory and Nonviolence)
• Julian, R. (2015) Demonstrating results in non-profit project management. Submitted to International Journal for Business Project Management,
• Julian, R (2015) Demonstrating results and impact in non-profit projects: The requirement to integrate project management and evaluation frameworks. Submitted to Organisational Project Management.
• *Julian, R. (2015) Peacekeeping Vision: Unarmed Nonviolent Peacekeeping. Leeds Beckett University.
• *Julian and Schweitzer (2015) The Origins and Development of Unarmed Civilian Peacekeeping. Peace Review. Volume 27, Issue 1, 2015, pages 1- 8
• *Furnari, E, Oldenuis, H., Julian, R. (2014) Securing the space. Accepted for publication in Peacebuilding
• *Julian, R. And Schweitzer, C. (Eds). Special Issue of Peace Review Journal on Unarmed Civilian Peacekeeping. April 2015.
• *Julian,R. And Furnari, E (2013) Evaluation report of Nonviolent Peaceforce South Caucus’s programme. To be published December 2013.
• *Julian, R., Peacekeeping with Nonviolence: Protection Strategies for Sustainable Peace. Published in Schweitzer, C. (Ed) (2009) Civilian Peacekeeping: A Barely Tapped Resource. Belm-Vehrte: Sozio-Publishing.
• Julian, R,. “Report for MapAction Case Study Evaluation of Haiti Mission September-October 2008” 14 page report commissioned by MapAction www.mapaction.org.uk November. 2008.
• Julian, R. Challenging Peacekeeping: how the incorporation of the nonviolence reaches out to the ’local’. Presented at Conflict Research Society Conference, Kent University. September 2015
• Julian, R. Peacekeeping transformation: How applying a lens of nonviolence to peacekeeping theory provides a transformative opportunity in violence prevention activities. Presented at European Peace Research Association Conference, Tromso, September2015
• Julian, R and Furnari, E. (2014) Presented at the Why War? International Conference in Bradford.
• Julian, R. Brave and Committed: How civilians use nonviolent power in the midst of violent conflict. Paper presented at Peacebuilding and Power conference 2013 Manchester,UK
• Julian, R. All change again: Can changes in what we do everyday improve the way we demonstrate overall results in locally owned conflict transformation? Paper presented at Conflict Research Society Annual Conference 2012. Coventry September 2012
• Julian, R. Who built the peace? Applying systemic evaluation methods to peacebuilding and conflict transformation. Paper presented at Systemic Approaches in Evaluation Germany January 2011.
• Julian, R., Competition or collaboration: how stakeholder expectations influence the results demonstrated in conflict transformation. Paper presented at Peace and Conflict: an international interdisciplinary conference. Bradford September 2010
• Julian, R. and Webb, D., Overcoming the challenge of causality and attribution in conflict transformation projects in order to show results and evaluate outcomes. Paper presented to Institute of Mathematics Conference: Analysing Conflict Transformation. April 2010.
Why war – abstract RJ and EFI