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Two York scholars to receive Banting Postdoctoral Fellowships

May 20, 2019 York University graduate students Melchisedek Chétima (history) and Sylvie Bodineau (anthropology) have been named among this year’s recipients ...
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Julienne Lusenge, la militante congolaise qui veut arrêter les viols

Available in French only 27 février 2019 La présidente de l’Association Solidarités des femmes pour la paix et le développement ...
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Managing life after war: how young people in Uganda are coping

By Teddy Atim For over two decades between 1986 and 2006, northern Uganda experienced a prolonged conflict pitting government forces ...
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Developments in ‘forced marriage’ as a crime against humanity – Case Note ECCC 002/02

By Annie Bunting The Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC) released its much anticipated decision in the trial ...
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Newly Released Child Tracing Report

UBC partners join Women’s Advocacy Network (WAN) to release a report, Child Tracing in post-conflict northern Uganda:  A social project to unite children ...
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Zawadi Meeting

Right to reparations for survivors of sexual violence

On Tuesday, October 2, 2018 Albertine Zawadi Mambo, Coordinator of SOFEPADI, was invited to a conference organized by the International ...
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DARE Project

DARE Research Poster Session and Celebration

On September 20th, CSiW research assistant Aibakyt Baekova had a chance to present her research poster as a part of ...
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Michelle Cobblah Receives the Outstanding International Student Leadership & Volunteer Award

Outstanding International Student Leadership & Volunteer Award, LA&PS The Outstanding International Student Leadership & Volunteer Award honours international students in ...
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Aibakyt Baekova Wins Dean’s Award for Research Excellence (DARE)

The DARE award was created by York University to help provide opportunities for experience and learning for undergraduate students by ...
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Landmark project brings to light crimes against humanity in African war zones

May 3, 2018 For seven years, Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies Professor Annie Bunting has been working on ...
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