Researchers surveyed women from low-income households in Amman, Jordan — both Syrian refugees and Jordanians — to assess the makeup of their social networks and better understand how those networks affect their senses of empowerment and well-being. (Photo courtesy of Catherine Panter-Brick)
July 31, 2023
A first-of-its-kind study examines the social networks of women from low-income households, including Syrian refugees, in Amman, Jordan.
July 10, 2023
Four decades of war, political upheaval, economic deprivation and forced displacement have profoundly affected both in-country and refugee Afghan populations.
November 10, 2022
Scholars, practitioners, and policy-makers will speak about implementation challenges to designing resilient peace agreements, as well as engaged monitoring and fostering...
October 3, 2022
On the ground, how can research initiatives unfold to make meaningful contributions to real-world practice and real-time policy? This article draws on a case study evaluating...
Credit: Taghyeer Organization
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To do good science, we need to include diverse perspectives, work across disciplines and think outside the box while reminding ourselves that our goal as scientists is to...
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Responses to early life adversity differ greatly across individuals. Elucidating which factors underlie this variation can help us better understand how to improve health...
February 16, 2022
Executive Summary Fathers are agents of change, influencing family dynamics, wellbeing, and collective social action across generations. Concrete examples of community-level...