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Mellon Grantees Presentation Schedule - Spring 2001


1. Monday, April 23, 3:00-5:00 PM

Co-sponsored by Oxfam America, Grassroots International, and the Mellon-MIT Program on NGOs and Forced Migration.

This session will be held at Oxfam America's offices, 26 West Street, Boston, 4th Floor Conference Room. Tel: (617) 728-2462. Directions: Take Red Line to Park Street Station (2 stops from MIT). With your back to the Common, go right on Tremont to West St (directly opposite the visitor's center), turn left onto West street; Oxfam is half way up the street on the right.

  • Dr. Olufemi Akinola (DuBois Institute for African-American Research, Harvard University) - "When the Guns go Silent Again: Refugees, NGOs, and the Eritrean Transition"

  • Daniel Metz (Political Science, MIT) - "Meeting the Humanitarian Agenda During Internal Conflict: International NGOs and the Relief Society of Tigray"

 

2. Monday, April 30, 3:00-5:00 PM

At the Center for International Studies, MIT, 292 Main Street, Cambridge, 6th Floor Conference Room.

  • Nada Aoudeh (Graduate School of Education, Harvard University) - "Service Provision for Domestic Violence in the Refugee Camps of Gaza and the West Bank"

  • Theresa Stichick (School of Public Health, Harvard University) - "Promoting the Rights of Children in Emergencies: A Case Study of Child and Community Participation in the IRC's Non-Formal Education and Psychosocial Support Project in Ingushetia"

 

3. Monday, May 7, 3:00-5:00 PM

At the Center for International Studies, MIT, 292 Main Street, Cambridge, 6th Floor Conference Room.

  • Rafael Bonoan (Department of Political Science, MIT) - "The Cessation Clause: Principles and Practice of Terminating International Protection"

  • Kelly Greenhill (Department of Political Science, MIT) - "Forced Migration as an Instrument of Coercion" [Emphasis Cuba]
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