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On Sunday, at least 100,000 Rohingya refugees in camps in Bangladesh came together to mark what they called “...

The group of K-12 teachers that participated in the Summer Institute for Teachers.

The Council on Middle East Studies at the MacMillan Center welcomed participants to its three-day Summer Institute for Teachers (SIT), “Refugees in Recent History,” from...

Yale School of Medicine (YSM) students and faculty play a key role ensuring the approximately 250 refugees who arrive annually to Greater New Haven receive high quality...

Danielle standing in front of Parliament before going to sit in on the Department of Home Affairs Portfolio Committee Elections and meeting.

Danielle Harris is a junior in the undergraduate Human Rights Program and studies history and political...

A young woman provides a DNA sample via cheek swab. She was among a cohort of Syrian adolescents forcibly displaced by conflict to participate in a study on the effects of genetic and resilience on the mental health recovery. (Photo courtesy of the research team.)

A new study demonstrates the influence of genetic factors and resilience — the resources and capacities for overcoming adversity — on changes in levels of psychosocial...

On August 3, 2014, the Islamic State (ISIS) attacked the region of Mount Sinjar in northern Iraq. This region was home to approximately 400,000 Yazidis, the members of an...

Jude Alawa is from Miami, Florida by way of Damascus, Syria, and is interested in the intersection of medicine and international affairs, especially in conflict and post-conflict zones. Alawa recognizes the potential for targeted humanitarian interventions, and he hopes to study and craft effective measures to increase access to health care and medical technology in marginalized communities. Alawa continues to work with partners in the field to develop cancer prevention programs in health clinics for unders

Jude Alawa, who is graduating this month with a B.A. in Global Affairs and Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology will be heading to the University of Cambridge,...

The Colloquium on Social Justice, Solidarity, and Forced Migration took place on March 7. It was funded by the Edward J. and Dorothy Clarke Kempf Memorial Fund, and...

Governments rely on inhumane treatment of migrants and asylum seekers as a deterrence strategy, joining a dangerous race to the bottom.
 
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The Program on Refugees, Forced Displacement, and Humanitarian Responses is pleased to announce research grants available to ladder faculty in...