2017 Graduates Presented Theses

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Tuesday, May 2, 2017

ISHR celebrated the end of another successful academic year with the annual end of year reception on Thursday, April 27th. Four graduating students presented their theses:

Grace Beya, Human Rights Studies M.A. Program

  • Sexual Violence Beyond the War: Dismantling and Addressing Domestic Violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo 

Iva Gumniska, Human Rights Major

  • The Right to Work of Asylum-Seekers and Refugees in Bulgaria: Rethinking Integration

Marijke Kremin, Human Rights Studies M.A. Program

  • To be Out and In: Influencing Factors in the Recognition of SOGI-Based Asylum Claims in South Africa and Kenya

Nadine Talaat, Human Rights Major

  • “License to Kill”: The United States’ Illegal Drone Program and the Dark Legacy of Collective Punishment

ISHR congratulates all our 2016-17 graduating students and thank the faculty and thesis advisers for their many contributions to the program.