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Jeremy Nelson

Jeremy Nelson has been a research assistant with the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative for the past two years as he continues to pursue his undergraduate degree in Political Science from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. His work has included compiling literature reviews, transcribing...

The Lord’s Resistance Army (1985 - Present)

The Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) has operated for more than two decades in Uganda, South Sudan, the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), and the Central African Republic (CAR). The group is known for mass murder, mutilation, and ongoing abductions to increase their ranks. Estimates of...

HHI Fellow Publications

On this page, you will find a list of resources and publications by HHI's Senior Fellows. 

More information on the HHI Senior Fellows can be found here.

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...

Max Bazerman
Vulnerable Populations Program: Intro
Karen AbuZayd

Karen AbuZayd is currently a Commissioner for the United Nations Commission of Inquiry on Syria, mandated by the United Nations Human Rights Council in 2011.  Previously, she served as Commissioner-General for the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine...

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Evaluation Implementation: Team
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Signal: Early Warning & Atrocity Prevention
Patrick Meier
David Yanagizawa-Drott
Michelle Niescierenko
Aleppo
Women in War
KoBo: 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...

In the beginning when rebellion started

In the beginning when rebellion started, people would use hand blowing signals to alert people from afar. This changed because when the rebels learned about hand blowing if they got anyone they would kill immediately. Later people started running ahead to alert others if the rebels came......

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Child Marriage: background
DisasterNet: Colloquium
Monitoring and Evaluation: Recent Publications
Workshops: Remote Sensing for Humanitarian Programs

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