May 2019Kimberly Howe and colleagues review the effects of foreign aid on rebel governance

Allison Carnegie, Kimberly Howe, Adam Lichtenheld, and Dipali Mukhopadhyay published “The Effects of Foreign Aid on Rebel Governance: Evidence from a Large-Scale U.S. Aid Program in Syria” with AidData in…

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May 2019Karamoja Cluster Conference on Pathways to Resilience

The Karamoja Resilience Support Unit (KRSU) in Uganda hosted a three-day international Karamoja Cluster Conference to take stock of recent research in Karamoja, northwest Kenya, and neighboring areas of South…

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May 2019Kimberly Howe awarded Marie Sklowdowska-Curie Individual Fellowship

Kimberly Howe has been awarded a Marie Sklowdowska-Curie Individual Fellowship to pursue the study of child marriage globally. This prestigious fellowship is awarded to fund experienced researchers and projects, with…

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May 2019Greg Gottlieb participates in Harvard’s Humanitarian Simulation

Greg Gottlieb participated in the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative’s Humanitarian Simulation in April 2019.  The simulation is two and a half days long, and involves more than 100 students from Harvard,…

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May 2019Roxani Krystalli attends workshop on female fighters at Columbia University

In April, 2019 Roxani Krystalli attended an invitation-only workshop on female fighters at Columbia University. The workshop was co-convened by Professor Dipali Mukhopadhyay and Nimmi Gowrinathan, PhD. It brought together researchers, practitioners…

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