Human rights

Romani Realities in the United States: Breaking the Silence. Challenge the Stereotype

Faculty Member: Jacqueline Bhabha

 

In 2019, the François-Xavier Bagnoud Center for Health and Human Rights at Harvard University (FXB Center) and the Voice of Roma implemented Romani Realities in the United States: Breaking the Silence, Challenging the Stereotype, a research project focused on the situation of Romani people in the United States. The project explored three topics in particular: (a) quantitative data with and about Romani people in the US; (b) a...

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Evaluating Programs that Prevent Violence Against Children

Faculty Member: Jacqueline Bhabha

This project documents and evaluates the community organizing models used by three Indian nonprofits to prevent harm to vulnerable children. Its aim is to develop a deeper understanding of strategies for preventing child abuse, exploitation, and neglect. It is intended as a contribution to the nascent field of risk reduction in child rights work, and a corrective to the overriding focus on remedies that target already occurred violations of children’s fundamental rights. ... Read more about Evaluating Programs that Prevent Violence Against Children