Phoebe DonnellyAffiliated Student
Phoebe Donnelly is one of the co-lead researchers on the Sexual Assault and Humanitarian Workers project, a foundational study commissioned by the Government of Norway to collect information on events of sexual assault of humanitarian workers and how humanitarian organizations are responding. Phoebe is also the program coordinator for the Master of Arts in Humanitarian Assistance (MAHA) degree program.
Phoebe is a PhD candidate at The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University focusing on the gender dynamics of non-state armed groups. She previously worked as the Associate Director of the Consortium Security at UMass-Boston. Phoebe has lectured widely on gender and conflict and has presented her research on gender and internal cohesion of non-state armed groups at national conferences.
Phoebe holds a B.A. in political science with a certificate in women’s studies from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She has a Master of Arts in Law and Diplomacy from The Fletcher School.
On Tuesday December 19, 2017 Monica Jimenez published an article in Tufts Now about Dyan Mazurana and Phoebe Donnelly’s “STOP the Sexual Assault Against Humanitarian and Development Aid Workers” research project….Read More
The Feinstein International Center participated in a Twitter conversation hosted by Devex about how development organizations should respond to sexual harassment. Feinstein’s participation was based on research by Dyan Mazurana…Read More
Feinstein Research Projects
This study examines the issue of sexual assault against humanitarian and development aid workers.Read More
This report contributes to understanding, preventing, and responding to sexual harassment and assault against humanitarian and development aid workers. It presents findings on: who the survivors of sexual harassment and…Read More
This is the Executive Summary of the report: STOP the Sexual Assault Against Humanitarian and Development Aid Workers. The report contributes to understanding, preventing, and responding to sexual harassment and…Read More