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Faculty Research Fellows

Each year the Center offers support to University of Dayton faculty to conduct research and advocacy projects that are focused on human rights and aligned with the Center’s strategic priorities. Fellowships can cover additional summer compensation for faculty, funding for travel, supplies, and equipment, support for graduate and undergraduate research assistants, and other reasonable, approved expenses. 

Faculty Research Fellows

Research Projects

Faculty Research Fellows conduct research and advocacy projects that are focused on human rights and aligned with the center’s strategic priorities.

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Human Rights 05.21.19
Refugees #NotWelcome? The Contentious Politics of Solidarity in Digital Spaces

Dr. Alexandra C. Budabin reflects on her participation at a conference hosted by the Center on Social Movement Studies (COSMOS) on the Contentions Politics of Solidarity.

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Human Rights 05.01.19
The benefits that places like Dayton, Ohio, reap by welcoming immigrants

The successful incorporation of immigrants into U.S. communities is important not only for newcomers themselves, but for everyone. This article was originally published on The Conversation. 

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Human Rights 01.16.19
Indian bill to ‘protect’ trafficking victims will make sex workers less safe

Hoping to protect women from sexual exploitation, Indian lawmakers are pushing a bill that amends the criminal code to harden legal and financial penalties for sex trafficking. This article was originally published on The Conversation. 

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