May 2017Karen Jacobsen welcomed participants to Migrant Journeys Interrupted workshop in Tijuana, Mexico

Karen Jacobsen spoke at a workshop, Migrant Journeys Interrupted: Challenges of “Permanent Transience,” in Tijuana, Mexico, on May 20, 2017. The Tijuana workshop focused on cities in Mexico that are…

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May 2017Merry Fitzpatrick and Helen Young’s report on household priorities featured in OCHA bulletin

A report by Merry Fitzpatrick and Helen Young, Risk and Returns: Household Priorities for Resilient Livelihoods in Darfur, was featured in OCHA’s Sudan: Humanitarian Bulletin | Issue 7 | 27…

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May 2017Congratulations Master of Arts in Humanitarian Assistance graduates

We are proud of the three Master of Arts in Humanitarian Assistance (MAHA) 2017 graduates. Through the intensive, one-year joint degree program with Friedman and Fletcher three students successfully completed…

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May 2017Daniel Maxwell and colleagues discuss famine, conflict, and political indifference in the BMJ

Daniel Maxwell and Nisar Majid joined Andrew Seal, Peter Hailey, and Rob Bailey to publish an editorial in the BMJ on May 10, 2017. The editorial, “Famine, conflict, and political…

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April 2017Roxanne Krystalli discusses humanitarian evidence on ALNAP blog

Roxanne Krystalli discussed the politics of humanitarian evidence and strategies for improving the humanitarian evidence base in a blog post on ALNAP. She describes the four overarching themes about the…

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