Hannah Bryce joined Chatham House as the manager of the International Security Department in September 2013.
Prior to this appointment Hannah spent several years working overseas in the humanitarian sector, with a particular focus on humanitarian mine action.
Hannah managed demining programmes in Sudan, South Sudan and Vietnam, including manual demining teams, explosive ordnance disposal teams, and mine risk education teams.
Her research areas of interest include human security (particularly related to the proliferation of small arms and light weapons and landmines), Sudan and South Sudan politics and current affairs, and the role and impact of the humanitarian sector.
Hannah holds a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) from the London School of Economics and a Master of Studies in International Relations from the University of Cambridge.
- Humanitarian sector and human security
- Proliferation of small arms and light weapons and landmines
- Sudan and South Sudan politics and current affairs
|2015 -||Assistant Head, International Security, Chatham House|
|2013-15||Programme Manager, International Security, Chatham House|
|2012-13||Humanitarian Mine Action, Programme Manager, Sudan and South Sudan, DanChurchAid|
|2010-12||Country Director, Mines Advisory Group, Vietnam|
Programme Officer, Mines Advisory Group, South Sudan
Programme Officer, GOAL, Sudan
- Humanitarian Engagement with Non-state Armed Groups with Dr Claudia Hofmann, Professor Ben Saul, Joshua Webb and Charu Lata Hogg, Research Paper, April 2016
- The Impact of IEDs on the Humanitarian Space in Afghanistan with Henry Dodd, Research Paper, April 2015
- Britain’s UN Peacekeeping Role Must Go Beyond Troop Numbers 15 September 2016
- How Can the UK Integrate Women Into Close Combat Roles? 12 July 2016
- Past Time for British Forces to Open Combat Roles to Women 27 June 2016
- When Will the UN Be Held to Account for Failing to Protect Civilians? 23 March 2016
- Stopping the Use of Explosive Weapons in Populated Areas 04 November 2015
- The Dangers of Politicizing Aid 16 September 2014
- Despite Ceasefire, a Long Road Ahead in South Sudan 28 January 2014
- The Dangers of Tribalism in South Sudan 19 December 2013