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Drought, conflict and migration in Kenya

andrew linkeAs droughts worsen across the globe, more people who earn their living through farming and owning livestock are forced to leave their homes. In a study led by Andrew Linke, assistant professor of geography, researchers found that people who have relocated are consistently more likely to experience violence than the general population, yet migrants themselves are no more likely to express support for the use of violence than others. Read more

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Last Updated: 9/21/18