March 2016Feinstein Research featured at the World Conference on Humanitarian Studies

Two Feinstein/Secure Livelihoods Research Consortium (SLRC) research projects were presented at the World Conference on Humanitarian Studies: Teddy Atim helped organize the “Gender, Sexuality and Violence in Humanitarian Crises” panel….

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March 2016Anne Radday shares insights about good data collection practices

Feinstein’s Anne Radday posted an article reflecting on the question, “how can we collect high quality data on climate resilience?” on the Building Resilience and Adaptation to Climate Extremes and…

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March 2016Karen Jacobsen chaired a Migration Policy Forum panel on March 4th

The Migration Policy Forum Presents: Perilous Journeys: Human and Policy Challenges of Transit Migration through Mexico Friday, March 4th from 12:30 to 2:30 at the Fletcher School (Cabot 206) Chairs:…

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March 2016Roxanne Krystalli and Kim Wilson blog about consent

Feinstein’s Roxanne Krystalli and Kim Wilson have teamed up to post an article entitled, Consent as a Conversation: Lean Research in Vulnerable Settings, on Next Billion’s blog today. They write:…

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February 2016Roxanne Krystalli and Brittany Card reflect on gendered experiences of war

Roxanne Krystalli and Brittany Card co-authored a post on understanding gendered experiences of war at Harvard Humanitarian Initiative’s ATHA blog. Krystalli and Card reflected on the progress made since the passage…

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