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Timothy Erickson
Humanitarian Response Intensive Course

Participants will utilize knowledge of the humanitarian field gained in the classroom learning sessions during a three-day field simulation exercise. Attendees will spend two nights in the forest and participate in a complicated disaster and conflict scenario. During the simulation, participants...

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Regan Marsh
Failed Diplomacy (2006-2008)

In 2006, renewed efforts at diplomacy began with the commencement of the Juba peace talks between the LRA and the Ugandan government, hosted in Juba, southern Sudan. The process was complicated by the ICC indictment of Kony, in-fighting among LRA commanders participating in the peace...

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Paul Spiegel
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David Yanagizawa-Drott
Tyler Giannini
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Miranda Visser
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...

Penar Musaraj
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Beth Maclin

Beth Maclin is the research coordinator for the Women in War program at the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative. She assists in the development, implementation, and dissemination of all Women in War projects. Her research interests include identifying the needs of those impacted by...

The change we started to see here was when our children

The change we started to see here was when our children from here volunteered take up bows and arrows to fight the rebels...When those sons of ours came out, we saw they were going to help us. Their presence scared away the LRA from their frequent attacks on this community.U11

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Hani Mowafi

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