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May 2015Helen Young has co-edited a new book on livelihoods, natural resources, and post-conflict peace-building
Helen Young, Feinstein International Center’s Research Director for Nutrition, Livelihoods and Conflict, has collaborated with Lisa Goldman of the Environmental Law Institute to co-edit a new book titled Livelihoods, Natural Resources,…Read More
Elizabeth Stites presented on FIC’s work on cross-border partnerships and humanitarian assistance into northern Syria at the International Rescue Committee in New York on March 25th, 2015. The brownbag at the International…Read More