The Dynamic Nature of the Haitian Sòl

By Aaron Steinberg During the winter of 2019–2020, I interviewed two first-generation Haitian immigrants, both men in their twenties. We

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Venezuelan Migrants in Ecuador and Underground Remittances

This talk by Natalia Espinosa Tokuhama briefly touches on the socio-economic and political history of the Central America, discusses the mechanics of the remittances scheme, and gives an overview of migrant financial health in Quito.

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Following where Community-Driven Organizations Lead: Lessons for strengthening refugee financial integration

By Julie Zollman and Kim Wilson “We have many people with a broken heart because of their history. So, we

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Supporting the Financial Health of Refugees: The Finance in Displacement (FIND) Study in Uganda and Mexico

By Karen Jacobsen and Kim Wilson One of the biggest challenges facing refugees and migrants is navigating the livelihoods and

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The Humanitarian Ecosystem: Examining the Role of Migrant Assistance in Quito, Ecuador

By Dani Douglas, under the supervision of Kim Wilson A team of researchers from The Fletcher School of Law and

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A Shared Universe (for Most): Ecosystems in Public Spaces and Migrant Livelihoods

By Madison Chapman, under the supervision of Kim Wilson Two young Colombian women sit next to a small iron pushcart

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Parque La Carolina

A hub for work and play, Parque La Carolina acts as a microcosm of migrant and local dynamics in Quito,

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