PUTTING PEOPLE FIRST
PROTECTION AND PROMOTION OF THE RIGHTS OF AT-RISK POPULATIONS
EMPOWERMENT OF PEOPLE
PROMOTION OF RESPONSIBLE GOVERNMENT AND INSTITUTIONAL PRACTICES
What factors affect the role of legitimacy in the governance of conflict-affected or fragile states, and how do researchers communicate these findings with policy makers in ways that enhance the likelihood of their use in policy decision-making?
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Prof. Cheyanne Scharbatke-Church & Aditi G. Patel
Technology for Evaluation in Fragile and Conflict Affected States
The Institute for Human Security launched the Migration Policy Forum to explore key policy themes related to migration in two regions: the Americas and Europe.
Americas Working Group
Europe Working Group
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