Protecting lives, livelihoods, and human dignity in humanitarian crises

The scholars and students of the Feinstein International Center share a profound commitment to serving people affected by, or at risk of, humanitarian crises. That service takes the form of evidence-driven research, education, and meaningful partnerships with people in crisis-affected areas.

The center conducts research and policy development in 55 international locations, focused on topics such as the changing nature of crises and crisis response; the relationships between politics, power and humanitarian aid; the experiences of urban migrants, refugees and internally displaced people; and the protection of human rights.

Your gift provides critical resources to the Feinstein International Center to address the suffering caused by humanitarian crises and train a new generation of humanitarian leaders. Make a gift today.

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