PUTTING PEOPLE FIRST
PROTECTION AND PROMOTION OF THE RIGHTS OF AT-RISK POPULATIONS
EMPOWERMENT OF PEOPLE
PROMOTION OF RESPONSIBLE GOVERNMENT AND INSTITUTIONAL PRACTICES
Join us on October 25th for the Fletcher School's TED-style annual forum. This year's theme will be Bridging the Academic-Policy Gap.
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?
About the project
Publications & Media
Cheyanne Scharbatke-Church & Diana Chigas
Facilitation in the Criminal Justice System
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Prof. Cheyanne Scharbatke-Church & Aditi G. Patel
Technology for Evaluation in Fragile and Conflict Affected States
IHS offers several means to study the security of people, including their legal, political, physical, health, environmental, and economic rights and needs.
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
Dean Stavridis: Global Migration Is a Security and Moral Challenge. Here’s How to Address It
The Fletcher Journal of Human Security is produced entirely by Fletcher students in coordination with IHS.
Click here for the latest issue on Migration.
IHS welcomes two Senior Fellows to its Faculty!
Last week, I had the pleasure of hosting a Facebook Live chat with Fletcher alumnus and Council on Emerging Market Enterprises (CEME) Senior Fellow, Steven Koltai (A76, F78), who spoke to students as part of the International Business in the Global Context’s Fall 2016 speaker series. Steven received his Master of Arts in international economics [...]
After examining the events of this past week, an old Russian saying came to mind: “Probe with bayonets. If you encounter steel, withdraw. If you encounter mush, continue.”
For months now, the Russian government, through covert acts and hired guns, has been infiltrating the U.S.’ cyberspace. In the last few days, the basic facts about [...]