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PUTTING PEOPLE FIRST

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PROTECTION AND PROMOTION OF THE RIGHTS OF AT-RISK POPULATIONS

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EMPOWERMENT OF PEOPLE

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PROMOTION OF RESPONSIBLE GOVERNMENT AND INSTITUTIONAL PRACTICES

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Emerging Research

Migration Policy

IHS received a $1.0M grant from the Carnegie Corporation of New York on bridging the academic-policy gap.  The substantive focus of the grant will investigate how the migration challenges in Europe and the Americas affect citizen perceptions of state.

News

No To Immigration Ban

The Institute for Human Security endorses the following petition, along with thousands of our academic colleagues across the country:

UPCOMING EVENTS

Event Defending Democracy

This very practical workshop brings together theory and practice of strategic nonviolence to evaluate the nature of nonviolent social change. The instructors, Srdja Popovic and Slobodan Djinovic, are cofounders of the Serbian nonviolent resistance group Otpor!!

The workshop will take place March 4th and 5th. Register here!



TuftsNow

Trump and the Deepening Refugee Crisis

Professors Dyan Mazurana and Karen Jacobsen say the future for millions of displaced people worldwide—especially women—could be dire with a new administration hostile to foreign aid.

To read their full analysis, click here

Dean's Blog

A Guide to Getting U.S. Foreign Policy Back on Track

  • The Trump administration certainly has its work cut out in their quest to create a cohesive, clear foreign policy strategy. Let me set the scene outside of the United States: While personally moderating a key panel at the Munich Security Conference last week on the future of the alliance that included Defense Ministers from five [...]

  • Navigating Choppy Seas

  • This past week has certainly been a bumpy one for the Trump administration at a time when stability is desperately needed. While Vice President Mike Pence and Defense Secretary Jim Mattis were meeting with NATO on their way to the Munich Security Conference, back at home Gen. Michael Flynn resigned from his position as National [...]