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Míriam Juan-Torres González

Academic Year: 
2016-17
Direction: 
From Yale
Exchange Partners: 
University of Ghana
Research Interest: 
communal conflicts in the country and on the alternative to camps policy for protracted refugee situations
Project Title: 
Political Violence and the Role of Gender in Conflict and Post-Conflict Dynamics

Míriam Juan-Torres graduated from Yale University with an M.A. in Global Affairs focus on Political Violence, Human Rights, and Gender in 2016. Prior to coming to Yale, Míriam graduated with honors from the Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona with a Degree in Law. In Barcelona, she specialized in Public International Law and European Union Law, interned at the law firm Baker&McKenzie, and worked as a legal advisor. She is currently a Fox Fellow at the University of Ghana, where she is conducting research on communal conflicts in the country and on the alternative to camps policy for protracted refugee situations.