Scholar, Practitioner, Author, Public Commentator
Building upon twelve years of experience leading
humanitarian and development assistance operations, Denis transitioned to providing consultancy services to United Nations agencies, companies and NGOs. His experience spans Iraq, Jordan, West Bank/Palestine, Armenia, Indonesia, East Timor, Sudan and South Sudan.
Missile strikes are the easy part. What happens next is harder Sydney Morning Herald, 16 April 2018
The Role of Religion in Rebuilding the State of Syria: A case study of Sunni Islam in Review of Faith and International Affairs, 2017, Volume 15, Issue 3
It's Time to Break Up Syria, The National Interest, July/August, 2017
Is Islam compatible with Australian values? The Spectator, 24 Oct 2016
The Battle of Ideas: can the beliefs that feed terrorism be changed? Centre for Independent Studies, September 2016
Recognising Cultural Differences is Not Racism, The Age, 28th March 2016
Dr Dragovic is a regular media commentator in print, radio and television. He has appeared on Australian and international media outlets as well as regularly providing expert commentary and background briefings to journalists on topics ranging from religion, terrorism, and the Middle East to Australian politics.
Denis Dragovic is a scholar in the field of religion and society. His research focuses on the role of religious leaders and institutions in rebuilding states after conflict. He completed his doctorate in political theology at the University of St Andrews and is an Honorary Fellow at the University of Melbourne