COVID-19 and the policies designed to counter it in American prisons pose distinct medical, emotional, psychological, and economic threats for incarcerated women and their families.
- December 2020 Employee of the Month: Nigeria’s Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) December 2, 2020For their history of abuses, continued abuses, and the system of unaccountable violence they represent, the December “Employee of the Month” award goes to the Nigerian Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS). A fixture of life in Nigeria since the 1990s, SARS gained international notoriety in October 2020 after a video documenting a SARS officerJared D. Miller
- Interview with Stacey Borden: on trauma, COVID, and clemency for incarcerated women November 30, 2020In this interview, Borden explains her journey from being incarcerated to becoming a community leader. She argues that gaining self-understanding by processing her own trauma was key to transforming her life--and to her the decision to dedicate herself to helping others. The post Interview with Stacey Borden: on trauma, COVID, and clemency for incarcerated women […]Bridget Conley
Research Director, Bridget Conley speaks with Adrienne Klein, a Fletcher graduate about time she spent working in a makeshift morgue in New York City.
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FOREIGN POLICY | November 19, 2020
Biden should learn from Carter and head off further conflict while he still can.
Will the latest peace deal in Sudan last?
WPF Executive Director Alex de Waal joins panelists Jamelah Ahmed and Cameron Hudson to discuss the historic peace deal between the transitional government and rebels.