With conflict-related deaths at a 26-year record high and more than 110 million people forcibly displaced worldwide at the end of June, 2023, the humanitarian system is overwhelmed. The Johns…

The 1951 Convention and its 1967 Protocol stand as the most significant and comprehensive legal framework for defining and protecting the rights of refugees worldwide, representing a cornerstone in the…

On February 28, 2024, the International Criminal Court ordered reparations of more than $56 million to victims of Ugandan rebel commander Dominic Ongwen. Feinstein Visiting Fellow Teddy Atim was one…

A team from Tufts University and Kenyatta University conducted a series of dissemination workshops on the USAID Nawiri Longitudinal Study, “The seasonality of child acute malnutrition and its drivers in…

Populations affected by armed conflict are often exposed to and severely impacted by climate-related disasters. To adequately protect these populations, early warning and early action (EWEA) services need to adapt…

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