September 2015Feinstein International Center receives endowed gift to support humanitarian work and education

As the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy reports, the Feinstein International Center has received exciting news: “Cristiana Falcone Sorrell, N01, F01, has pledged $937,500 to support the center’s…

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September 2015Roxanne Krystalli weighs in on article about femicide in Mexico

Humanitarian Evidence Program Manager Roxanne Krystalli has been quoted in Alice Driver’s piece in the Texas Observer about femicide. Driver argues that, contrary to an emerging narrative, femicide in Mexico is not a…

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September 2015Roots and Tuber Crops Group Holds First Meeting in Ethiopia

The Roots and Tuber Crops Working Group in Ethiopia held its first meeting on September 2, 2015. The Working Group presented findings on the importance of root crops, as high…

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September 2015NPR interviews Karen Jacobsen on migrant crises

On September 10, 2015, Karen Jacobsen spoke to the NPR program Here and Now about the perils of migration out of Africa. Jacobsen discussed the experiences of migrants and refugees from the…

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August 2015Gaye Burpee publishes guide to managing water resources

Feinstein Visiting Fellow Gaye Burpee published a pocket guide to managing water resources. This guide acknowledges that farmers are used to dealing with changes in weather and years when rain…

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