Rhonda Ferguson, PhD
Research Fellow, Global Migration, Food Security, and Health
Rhonda Ferguson is part of a multidisciplinary research team at the Dahdaleh Institute that focuses on the health impacts of forcible displacement. Further research interests include food security, food justice, and agricultural trade; socio-economic rights; and the health impacts of the arms trade. Rhonda holds a Ph.D. from the Irish Centre for Human Rights at the National University of Ireland, Galway. She was a community-academic postdoctoral fellow with Food Secure Canada and Lakehead University and joined the Dahdaleh Institute for Global Health Research in September 2018.
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