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Beatrice Mégevand-Roggo

Beatrice Mégevand-Roggo holds a masters in Political Science (contemporary history and international relations) from Università Statale in Milan (Italy).  After working as an assistant professor at Università degli Studi, as a free-lance journalist, and as a consultant to...

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Infectious: Methods
Stephen C. Morris
Remote Sensing for Humanitarian Programs Workshop

Remote Sensing Workshop

DisasterNet: Project
Building a Better Response Launches New Module

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Peace and Human Rights Data: Intro
Mobile Data Collection and Human Rights Meeting

On October 22-23, 2015, the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative, with the co-sponsorship of Human Rights Program at Harvard Law School, will host a consultative, invitation-only meeting at Harvard Law School in Cambridge, Massachusetts to address the current status of digital data collection in the...

Syria
Home: Annual Report 2017
Gregory R. Ciottone
Retreat Rebuild Keynote

Disaster recovery is entrenched in the landscape. Lives are put at risk when land heaves, slides or shakes, when it becomes inundated or undergoes drought, when it is submitted to unrestrained development. Thus, land issues are at the crux of conflicts and post conflict reconstruction efforts...

Earthquake Aftermath
LRA: Quote LRA fighter reduction
Women In War: Recent Publications
Peter Walker
Transitional Justice: Approach
Home: Covid 19
Sarah Cunningham
Education: Workshops Overview
Many people have been helping the children

Many people have been helping the children who were escaping from the LRA abduction until they were taken to their family. For those whose home might be farther, you would bathe them and give them food. Those people were very much hidden because if they were abducted again they would be...

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Christmas and Makombo Massacres (2008-2009)

In 2008, LRA combatants committed mass atrocities against civilians in retaliation for OLT. More than 1,000 men, women, and children were brutally killed in less than one month in the DRC and southern Sudan in what became known as the Christmas Massacres. Less than one year later, 321...

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