Tag Archive for International Development and Social Change

Clark University graduate students recount challenges, share experiences of Haiti fieldwork with NGOs

As the spring semester was coming to an end, a dozen Clark University graduate students embarked on a field trip to conduct research for two non-government organizations in Haiti. In mere hours, they moved from one of the richest nations in the world to one that is acknowledged as the poorest in the Western Hemisphere.

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Faculty Profile: Anita Fábos

Anita Fabos teaches class.

Anita Fábos has been working with refugees for almost 25 years, including research and practice in Cairo and London. Today, Professor Fábos is contributing to numerous projects in Worcester that bring Clark students to work alongside members of local refugee communities. Since joining the IDCE department in January 2009, Professor Fábos has been establishing connections between…