ISHR Congratulates the Recipients of the Human Rights Research Fellowship 

Wednesday, January 15, 2020

The ISHR Human Rights Research Fellowship will provide students with an opportunity to gain valuable research experience, while supporting the work of Columbia faculty conducting human rights-related research. 

This year's fellowship recipients are:

Jacquelyn Sieck: Human Rights Studies MA Program, GSAS 
Project Title: Understanding Civic Identity, Rights, and Belonging among Resettled Refugee and Recent Immigrant Students in the U.S.
Supervising Faculty: Garnett Russell
Kelly Dudine: Human Rights Studies MA Program, GSAS
Project Title: Integrating Indigenous Rights to Free, Prior and Informed Consent into Investment Approval Processes
Supervising Faculty: Lisa Sachs
Nay Alhelou: Human Rights Studies MA Program, GSAS
Project Title: Menstrual Health and Human Rights
Supervising Faculty: Inga Winkler
Angeline Lee: MA in International and Public Affairs, SIPA
Project Title: Government Abuse and Rebel Groups’ Use of Terrorism
Supervising Faculty: Page Fortna 
Abigail Taylor Edwards: Human Rights Major, School of General Studies
Project Title: The New Humanitarians: The Volunteers of the Refugee “Crisis”
Supervising Faculty: Lara Nettelfield