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MA student awarded Nathanson Fellowship

Congratulations to Georgia Koumantaros, an MA 1 student in our program, who has been awarded a Nathanson Fellowship for the coming year. Nathanson Graduate Fellowships are awarded annually to high-achieving graduate students undertaking research related to the Centre's mandate concerned with transnational human rights.

Read more about the Nathanson Centre and Fellowship

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Living with HIV in Post-Crisis Times

Congratulations to Professor David Murray on the publication of his new edited collection "Living with HIV in Post-Crisis Times: Beyond the endgame". The contributors to this edited collection explore how diverse communities of PLHIV and organizations that support them are navigating physical, social, political, and economic challenges during these so-called “post-crisis” times.

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SSHRC announces postdoc fellows

Maxime Polleri: “Citizen science and COVID-19: Governing health during the pandemic era”

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Unpacking Human Trafficking in Canada: An Introduction with Dr. Nicole McFadyen

From simple stories to complex realities, Ep. 1 of our Introduction to Human Trafficking Healthy Talks Series is now live! Join Dr. Nicole D. McFadyen as she unpacks the myths and facts about human trafficking in Canada.

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14, Signal Vol. 12, Aging, Inclusion and Homelessness

In this podcost: discussion on housing for seniors, income and gender disparity and cognitive difficulties amongst the older population with Dr. Andrea Iaboni and Dr. Michelle Wyndham-West.

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