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91. Programs & Projects
Media, Activism, and the New Political: InterAsian Perspectives.
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The SSRC's Middle East and North Africa Program has undertaken an initiative to explore the role of the Arab university. We are focusing in particular on the efforts being made by academic communities to secure critical spheres of autonomy (vis-à-vis teaching, research, and publ…
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Mobilizing knowledge to assess health and social interventions in Vietnam.
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Working to strengthen social science research capacity and links to policymaking in Vietnam.
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In response to the growing interest in the possible contributions that migrants’ remittances can make to development, we have assembled an anthology of research articles that address this process as related to both internal and international migration. The overall goal has been…
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To explore how a human rights framework might strengthen protections for forced migrants, the SSRC Migration Program organized research between social scientists and practitioners of international humanitarian and human rights organizations. Research focused on the causes of fo…
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Fostering new systems in Cuba for distributing goods and services.
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What does climate change have to do with democracy? Quite a bit, it turns out. But the political dimensions of climate policy have not been adequately explored by researchers, while the climate problem is at a critical moment both of understanding and political action. Professors…
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The American publicâs trust in government, and especially in Congress, the central institution of representative democracy in the U.S., stands near all-time lows. Â In this mistrust of democratic institutions, Americans are not alone in the world. Yet they are right to worry. Â…
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What are the obstacles to effective citizenship? How do these condition the representation of citizen preferences and the legitimacy of the political system? Co-chaired by Professors Larry Bartels (Vanderbilt University) and Claudine Gay (Harvard University), this working group w…