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Student Fellows

The Measurement & Human Rights Program seeks to encourage students to incorporate measurement analysis, techniques, and concerns in their research. Moreover, the program seeks to support students in all disciplines - whether statistics, law, or the social sciences - endeavoring to utilize measurement as part of their work.

Please contact the Carr Center if you are interested in participating as a Student Fellow.


2008 Student Fellows

Tomohiro Hamakawa

Originally from Yokohama, Japan, Tomo studied anthropology at Harvard College as an undergraduate. He lived in China for four years and worked for an international NGO in Tibet prior to attending the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. Concentrating in political and economic development at the Kennedy School, Tomo is writing his master's thesis regarding a project by Save the Children UK on the reintegration of former child soldiers in Cote d'Ivoire.

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