Feinstein’s Tsering Gellek speaks at the Tufts naming of the Henry J. Leir Institute for Human Security after receiving this year’s Henry J. Leir Human Security Award.
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This video describes the findings from the STOP the Sexual Assault Against Humanitarian and Development Aid Workers study.
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In February and March 2017 the Humanitarian Evidence Program released eight syntheses of evidence. Roxanne Krystalli discusses the project, its purpose, and what people can find in the syntheses.
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Feinstein researchers discuss child marriage in the latest issue, “Children and War,” published by the International Review of the Red Cross (IRRC). This article, titled “Child Marriage in Armed Conflict,”…Read More