PROJECTS & PUBLICATIONS

Below you will find links to papers, videos and and articles by and about our alumni.


Asha AsokanThe Power Of Nonviolent Action In An Increasingly Violent World
 

Class 17 (2018-2020)
Home Country: India



Chenai Kadungure, Chenai Kadungure – Voices from the Field: "Twinning" for sustainability in Malawi
 

Class 15 (2016-2018)
Home Country: Zimbabwe



Sajjad HussainPashtun Lives Matter
 

Class 16 (2017-2019)
Home Country: Pakistan



Hayley WelgusTeen dating violence: a culture of change starts in our classrooms
 

Class 15 (2016-2018)
Home Country: Australia



Mariana AbdallaFinn
 

Class 14 (2015-2017)
Home Country: Brazil

Mariana won many awards for her documentary film titled “Finn” about a 81-year-old Danish retired bricklayer that lost his wife and traveled abroad for the first time after her passing in 2015.



Gabriel MaisonnaveThe Chronicles of Peace Project
 

Class 14 (2015-2017)
Home Country: Argentina

This project seeks to record and share the stories of those individuals working in the field of Peace and Conflict Resolution.



Barbara Santibañez, Dr. Catherine Honeyman, Director of Ishya Consulting – Chile’s Education Quality Assurance Agency
 

Class 14 (2015-2017)
Home Country: Chile



Geysar GurbanovAmerica’s homegrown radicals: the alt-right
 

Class 12 (2013-2015)
Home Country: Azerbaijan



Geysar GurbanovThe New Cold War
 

Class 12 (2013-2015)
Home Country: Azerbaijan



Silvia Fontana, Maria Rosaria Garofalo, Flor Avila Hernandez – Governance and Human Development
 

Class 11 (2012-2014)
Home Country: Italy

Silvia co-authored a section on the complexity of theories and practices on sustainable human development, with a focus on SDG16, in Springer’s Global Encyclopedia of Public Administration, Public Policy and Governance.



Kirandeep SirahFostering peace through stories
 

Class 10 (2011-2013)
Home Country: United Kingdom



Kirandeep SirahTelling Stories that Matter: A Toolkit
 

Class 10 (2011-2013)
Home Country: United Kingdom

Kirandeep Sirah developed “Telling Stories that Matter: A Toolkit” during his Applied Field Experience with Partners for Democratic Change in the Summer of 2012. The toolkit is available online, and can be downloaded for free.



Jessica Butcher Trijsburg, Katie Kuschminder – Advanced Academic Update Overview: Return, Reintegration and Development
 

Class 10 (2011-2013)
Home Country: Australia



Ali Reza EshraghiDebunking the Rafsanjani myth
 

Class 9 (2010-2012)
Home Country: Iran



Anabella Palacios, Brigit Helms – The Sharing Economy can Transform Economic Development
 

Class 8 (2009-2011)
Home Country: Argentina



Aung AungPromoting Democracy in Myanmar
 

Class 8 (2009-2011)
Home Country: Myanmar



Martín KunikWhy Anti-Peronism is a Mistake
 

Class 4 (2005-2007)
Home Country: Argentina

(Article is in Spanish)



Stephanie BorsboomClimate Change in Nepal and Bangladesh: Some Evidence
 

Class 4 (2005-2007)
Home Country: Netherlands

Stephanie Borsboom lives and works in the country that has become her second home – Nepal. Her small NGO is still running well and they have now completed the construction of over 30 schools, 50 water supply systems with many more in the pipeline. In addition, her job at the World Bank has proven to be extremely challenging and interesting. She is now working in the water resources, climate change and environment unit and had the opportunity to work on the project in this video.



Mitchell O’BrienBenchmarking and Self-Assessment for Parliaments
 

Class 1 (2002-2004)
Home Country: Australia