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Sunnyside and South Park Comprehensive Needs Assessment Data Report
Gentrification has just begun in Sunnyside, which has a desirable, close-in location, and current residents are keen to revitalize the neighborhood but also keep its heritage intact. To aid their efforts, this survey was conducted to provide local leaders and policymakers with data about neighborhood concerns, well-being and strengths.
Quianta Moore, Zeinab Bakhiet November 14, 2019
Predicting arrests but little else
Fellow Katharine Neill Harris considers the validity of risk assessment tools, which estimate the likelihood that an individual who has been charged with or convicted of a crime will commit a future offense. Baker Institute Blog: https://bit.ly/2Cwl6jc
Katharine Neill Harris November 11, 2019
A child refugee stands behind a fence.
Transforming Refugees Into Migrants: Institutional Change and the Politics of International Protection
Based on their combined research on migration in Turkey, Egypt, Lebanon, Morocco and Tunisia, the authors argue that states and international organizations are actively transforming the international refugee regime from within through policy “conversion,” blurring the legal distinction between the categories of refugees and migrants. European Journal of International Relations: http://bit.ly/34uwBny
Lama Mourad, Kelsey Norman November 6, 2019