Jeremiah Gatlin


Jeremiah Gatlin

Jeremiah is a graduate student at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University. At Fletcher he seeks to understand how international and domestic law impact the migration process within West Africa and the various strategies that migrants utilize throughout their journeys. Originally from Wisconsin, he received his undergraduate degree in Political Science and Environmental Studies from St. Olaf College in Minnesota. After college, Jeremiah volunteered with AmeriCorps as an Employment & Education Navigator at CAPI USA in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where he worked with immigrants and refugees to better understand the US job market, access trainings, and develop the skills necessary to achieve their career goals. After AmeriCorps he volunteered with Peace Corps Guinea for two years as an Agroforestry Extension Agent. During this period Jeremiah developed working relationships within his host community to support the creation of a cashew cooperative. Jeremiah hopes to continue learning and growing in order to appropriately and effectively support migrant communities within and from West Africa.



09 Sep

Khady Mbengue

I’ve had the pleasure of meeting a few of the women that OPEN SARL works

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Posted Sep 09, 2021

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18 Aug

Returned Migrant Raps Experience – Diardiarou Mbeugeumeu

Ama Ndiaye Thiombane is a returned migrant from Sendou who works hard at an export

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Posted Aug 18, 2021

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16 Aug

Aissata Ndiaye

CW: This article contains content that may be triggering for some. It mentions Rape, Abuse,

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Posted Aug 16, 2021

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03 Aug

Pape Moussé

I first met Pape Moussé while meeting with Naatal Sendou, a community association focused on

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Posted Aug 03, 2021

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28 Jul

OPEN SARL Helps Women & Youth Create Opportunities in Thiaroye

The first time I met with Cheikh Traoré and Fatou Mbaye I was inspired by

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Posted Jul 28, 2021

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13 Jul

European Policies Put Migrants in Danger

It would be misleading to focus on the motivating factors that contribute to Senegalese youths’

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Posted Jul 13, 2021

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25 Jun

“Barsa wala Barsakh”

The primary motivating factor for Senegalese youth to migrate stems from a desire to support

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Posted Jun 25, 2021

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20 Jun

Covid-19 in Senegal: When is it the right time to travel?

As many countries begin their transition into a post-pandemic era, the global disparities in vaccine

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Posted Jun 20, 2021

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03 Jun

A New and Familiar Place

Stepping out of the airport in Dakar, Senegal, a familiar, if not surreal, sensation washes

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Posted Jun 03, 2021

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