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Disasters journal published paper based on Financial Journeys of Refugees research
Roxanne Krystalli, Allyson Hawkins, and Kim Wilson co-authored a paper based on the Financial Journeys of Refugees research that the Disasters journal published on December 27, 2017. The paper spotlights the gendered kinship, hierarchies, networks, and transactions that affect refugees as well as the coping strategies of groups often overlooked in the gender conversation. The analysis is theoretically situated at the intersection of critical humanitarianism and the politics of vulnerability, and rooted in debates about the feminization of refugees and corresponding protection agendas.
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