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  • International Law and Organizations Program

    The International Law and Organizations Program prepares graduates to work in human rights, the rule of law, post-conflict reconstruction, environmental cooperation, corporate social responsibility, protection of international ...

Recent Submissions

  • The Protection of the Rights of Migrant Domestic Workers in a Country of Origin and a Country of Destination: Case Studies of the Philippines and Kuwait 

    Aaserud, Julie Louise; Basciano, Tiffany; Braunmiller, Julia; D'Onofrio, Miriam; Flanagan, Kelly; Kalt, Benjamin; Ko, Veronica; Kohlhagen, Kristoff; Mattar, Mohamed; Seiden, Stanley (International Law and Organizations Program, School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University, 2013)
    During the spring semester of 2013, the SAIS International Human Rights Clinic researched the protection and promotion of the rights of migrant domestic workers in a country of origin and a country of destination by example ...
  • Justice derailed : the uncertain fate of Haitian migrants and Dominicans of Haitian descent in the Dominican Republic 

    Agase, Liz; Akerlund, Tobias; Basciano, Tiffany; Bundel, Urvashi; Cineas, Grace; Deaton, Holly; Hil, Nicola; Johnson, Tess; Munoz, Amaury; Pan, Li-Ming; Roy, Vanessa (International Law and Organizations Program, School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University, 2015)
    Over time, the Dominican Republic formalized a more restrictive definition of citizenship by birth. By expanding the interpretation of what it means to be “in transit,” the Dominican Republic began to chip away at its jus ...
  • Torn at the seam: migration, deportations, and humanitarian concerns on the island of Hispaniola 

    Basciano, Tiffany; Glover, Sheimaliz; Gupta, Nikhil; Lawrence, DaQuan; Mueller, Tony; Muhaj, Daniela; Padmanabhan, Deepika; Pini, Davide; Udomritthiruj, Patsorn; Wienhofer, Kristina; Wilson, Leslie (International Law and Organizations Program, School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University, 2016)
    In 2013, the Dominican Republic’s Constitutional Tribunal rendered Sentence 168-13, which infamously made many Dominicans of Haitian descent effectively stateless. This Sentence also called for a national regularization ...
  • They protect the forests. Who protects them? : the intersection of conservation, development, and human rights of forest defenders: lessons from Kenya, Peru and Sri Lanka 

    Basciano, Tiffany; Erskine, M. Caitlin; Golden, Sara L.M.; Hammer, Kady R.; Iannuzzelli, Fabio; Sebbar, Sarah; Singh, Rucheta; Thomure, Natalie K.; Miller, Anne Tousignant; Vasudevan, Anahita; Wilcox, Madison (International Law and Organizations Program, School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University, 2017-05)
    Modern-day forests are center stage in the discussion of how to balance economic development, conservation goals, and human rights. There is much dependence and potential in the world’s forests - from economic development ...
  • No one left behind? A study on the intersection of women's rights and HIV/AIDS in Uganda 

    Basciano, Tiffany; Buchanan, Kristin; Cox, Tiffany; Davis, Aieshwarya; Dickens, Eleanor; Panayotatos, Daphne; Song, Gheeeun; Sun, Yushuang; Venkataraman, Radhika; Watanasathorn, Ponsawan (International Law and Organizations Program, School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University, 2018)
    A study of the intersection of women's rights and HIV/AIDS in Uganda. This study sought to analyze the underlying factors that contribute to the disproportionate impact of HIV/AIDS on women, including the social, economic, ...
  • Shouldering the burden: how free trade affected the livelihoods of women in Mexico 

    Basciano, Tiffany; Berger, Anna; Canessa, Fernanda; Gamlin, Rachael; Martin, Danielle; Muramatsu, Karen Souza; Nations, Lisa; Sepulveda, Stephanie; Tyson, Catherine; Wilson, Miranda (International Law and Organizations Program, School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University, 2019)
    The case of working women in Mexico calls for an examination of trade law from a gendered human rights perspective in order to analyze the distribution of its benefits among different groups. Ultimately, this report aims ...