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Luc Côté

Luc Côté has been a Criminal Law attorney for nearly 30 years, the last 20 years in International Criminal Law.  In 2001, he graduated from the Higher Institute of International Studies in Geneva.  He worked in international prosecutions (Senior Legal Adviser with ICTR for...

Evaluation Implementation: Projects
Tina Comes

Dr. Comes is Deputy Director of the Centre for Integrated Emergency Management, University of Agder, Norway, Co-Director of the Disaster Resilience Lab, a joint initiative of UiA and Tilburg University and Associate Professor, Department for ICT, University of Agder (UiA), Norway. During her...

Michael Bouton
Isaac Baker

Isaac Baker is the Imagery Analysis Manager for the Signal Program at the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative.  Mr. Baker began his career in war crimes investigations at Physician's for Human Rights, working for the Campaign Against Torture. He later helped initiate the Satellite Sentinel Project...

David Sanderson
Statement February 2017

Statement

Brett D. Nelson

Dr Nelson is an attending pediatrician and global health faculty member at Massachusetts General Hospital and an Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School. His professional interests are health care provision, development, research, and advocacy for vulnerable...

Adam Levine
Home: DisasterNet Photo
Workshops: Remote Sensing for Humanitarian Programs
Payal Modi
Marc Mitchell
John Crowley
DisasterNet: Case Study
Susan Briggs
Catatumbo is one of the few areas where coca production has increased
HumGeo: Team
home: LRA
You know when people were going to camps, we had no huts there

You know when people were going to camps, we had no huts there. So what people did to support one another was like this. We would go and help each other put up the huts. We would all team up make one hut and finish then move to the next. That was the only fast way of working. U08...

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MRF: Research
Kenya
During the time we were running from the LRA at home

During the time we were running from the LRA at home the government did not come in to support us. It only happened when our sons grew annoyed and felt they could not just see their people get finished completely by the LRA. So they formed armed groups to defend the communities from...

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