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Speaker Nyaradzayi Gumbonzvanda has, over two decades, been working on issues of women and children’s human rights, with a special focus on crisis countries.
Katherine Levine Einstein Presents "Who Participates in Local Government? Evidence from Meeting Minutes"
Sindiso Mnisi Weeks will discuss how traditional forums in rural South Africa deal with conflict and possibilities for employing mutually empowering solutions.
Speaker Elizabeth Wood will explore explore some of the ways that politicized masculinity holds together the popular appeal and authoritarianism of the Russian and Turkish presidents.
Speaker Smita Ramnarain will illustrate how the separation of violence into micro or macro violence is problematic for understanding gender-based violence in post-crisis contexts.
Alnoor Ebrahim presents Measuring Social Change: Designing for Performance and Accountability in a Complex World
Students present major research papers exploring a scholarly, policy-relevant themes in the field of international relations.
Part of the Conflict Resolution Colloquium Series: Conflict Resolution students present their master's projects or thesis representing a wide variety of topics.