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  • Adams
    email: adams@ccsu.edu
  • Alburez GutiĆ©rrez
    Tittle/Affiliation: LSE
    Research interests: Conflict, civil war, genocide, anthropological demography, demographic change, indirect estimation techniques, genealogy, anthropological linguistics, public policy and policy evaluation. My research brings together methods from historical demography and social anthropology to understand the changes that take place in contexts of genocidal violence and the way these are interpreted in the long term by those that experience them. Personal information: Born in Guatemala, holds a BA in Anthropology from the Universidad del Valle de Guatemala and an MSc in Social Research Methods from the London School of Economics. Currently lives in London. Has extensive experience working in rural areas and with indigenous communities in Guatemala. Previous work as an independent consultant include qualitative evaluations of conditional cash transfer programmes with the Population Council and the IDB, as well as managing the translation of different pieces of software and applications to Mayan languages. Currently works as a Research Assistant at the Sociology and Methodology Departments of the LSE. Contact details: d.alburez-gutierrez@lse.ac.uk
    email: gatemonte@gmail.com
  • Aldana
    Maria Jose
    Guatemalan Anthropologist (Universidad del Valle de Guatemala) MA Candidate, International Development (Josef Korbel School of International Studies, University of Denver) Co-founder of group Movimiento MU.J.E.R.E.S.
    email: majoaldana@gmail.com
  • Alford-Jones
    Tittle/Affiliation: Director
    Founded in 1982, the Guatemala Human Rights Commission/USA (GHRC) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, humanitarian organization that monitors, documents, and reports on the human rights situation in Guatemala, advocates for survivors of human rights abuses in Guatemala, and works toward positive, systemic change. Now accepting applications for our August Delegation to Guatemala at http://ghrc-usa.org/Programs/ForWomensRighttoLive/Delegation.htm
    email: kajones@ghrc-usa.org
  • Anderson
    email: manderson@igc.org
  • Aparicio
    Tittle/Affiliation: MSW/Clinical Director, Mentes Para El Futuro/Quetzaltenango Guatemala
    Over twenty years experience working with Central American immigrants in the United States. Currently serves as Founder and Clinical Director of Mentes Para El Futuro in Quetzaltenango, Guatemala. MPF provides comprehensive school based services (including educational and mental health services) to low-income primary school children and their families. Received BA in Political Science, Stanford University, Masters of Social Work, Columbia University. Interests include increasing access for Guatemalan mental health professionals to advanced clinical training and current research. Areas of expertise include trauma and the impact of migration upon family systems.
    email: Alison@mentesparaelfuturo.org

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