PUTTING PEOPLE FIRST
PROTECTION AND PROMOTION OF THE RIGHTS OF AT-RISK POPULATIONS
EMPOWERMENT OF PEOPLE
PROMOTION OF RESPONSIBLE GOVERNMENT AND INSTITUTIONAL PRACTICES
PUBLICATIONS AND MULTIMEDIA
'I followed the flood’ is a gender analysis of the moral and financial economies of forced migration. This paper draws on qualitative research conducted in Denmark, Greece, Jordan, and Turkey in July and August 2016 to spotlight the gendered kinship, hierarchies, networks, and transactions that affect refugees. Click here to see related research.
Professor Scharbatke-Church is working with Collaborative Learning Projects (CDA) to expand our understanding of corruption in the justice system. Some of her latest work includes:
Collective Action Against Corruption in the Criminal Justice System
Understanding Corruption in Criminal Justice as a Robust and Resilient System
One Billion Rising is the biggest mass action to end violence against women in human history. On February 15, join us for 'A Memory, a Monologue, a Rant and Prayer' performance at 6:30 pm in ASEAN.
To read the Financial Journey of Refugees executive summary and corresponding report, click here.
The Fletcher School sponsored the ‘Journeys Interrupted’ workshop aimed to bridge the gap between academics and policymakers on the issue of transit migration and deportation in the Americas. Read the final report and workshop brief.
Journeys Interrupted: Human and Policy Challengesof Assisting Migrants in Tijuana
Forced Displacement in Urban Settings: A Policy Brief, with examples from Tijuana
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