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Ferdinand von Habsburg-Lothringen (IDHA 9, MIHA) recently responded to an article featured on Insight on Conflict run by PeaceDirect. His response, rich in both experience and insight, was then featured as its own article, “The Complex History of Violence in South Sudan.” In his article, Ferdinand details what he has learned from his 20 years of field experience in the country, and he argues that in order to understand the current conflict within the country we must look to South Sudan’s complex history – a history that does not always fit into the frameworks and narratives that the international community often tends to impose upon it.
In the Fordham News article “2016: Which Way are We Headed?” Brendan Cahill (IIHA Executive Director, IDHA 9) looks ahead to what 2016 might bring for the swell of refugees and global refugee services.
Brendan Cahill (IIHA Executive Director, IDHA 9) and Joanna Whitaker (IDHA 15), both graduates of the IDHA Geneva course, find a moment to catch up at the Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) 35th Anniversary Awards Dinner in New York.