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DisasterNet: Intro
HuSEHR Concentration Information Session and Lunch

Enrolled student at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and interested in Humanitarian Response and Human Rights?

Enroll in the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health’s Interdisciplinary Concentration on Humanitarian Studies,...

Women In War: Intro
Home: Nadia
Michael Hughes
Getting to Zero: A Doctor and a Diplomat on the Ebola Frontline

In 2014 in Sierra Leone, the Ebola epidemic killed the doctor in charge of Sierra Leone’s largest Ebola isolation ward. Dr. Oliver Johnson stepped in to keep the ward open. Sinead Walsh, Irish Ambassador to Sierra Leone was simultaneously working to scale up the international response.


Stephen C. Morris
Early Recovery and the Transition of Relief to Development Link
Research Note on Attitudes About Peace and Justice in Northern Uganda

In light of human rights violations in Northern Uganda, this research note presents preliminary data on Ugandans’ attitudes on peace and justice. The findings reflect the respondents’ desires for truth reconciliation as well as their desires to hold perpetuators of violence accountable for...

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    Peace and Human Rights Data: Projects
    Home: Vanuatu Report
    Monitoring and Evaluation for Humanitarian Programs Workshop Shanghai

    Monitoring and Evaluation

    Learning Initiatives: Curricular Innovation
    Education: Workshops Overview
    Rise Challenge

    USAID announces HHI’s Program on Gender Rights and Resilience (GR2) as one of the winners of their inaugural RISE Challenge. Nearly 200 applicants from 49 countries entered Resilient, Inclusive, & Sustainable Environments (RISE): A Challenge...

    Youth in Crisis: MENA
    Philip D. Parks
    HRIC Additional Info
    ncd: Affiliated Faculty and Collaborators
    Hilarie Cranmer
    Big Data Science: Intro
    LRA: Conceptual Maps