Beth Alexion

Beth (she/her/hers) is a master’s student at Tufts University’s Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy where she focuses on conflict resolution, peacebuilding, transitional justice, and gender. Prior to Fletcher, Beth served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Ethiopia teaching high school English and organizing teacher development programs. She extended her time in Ethiopia to work with the International Rescue Committee on women’s protection and empowerment programs in Eritrean refugee camps. Beth holds a bachelor’s degree in Government and Classics from Wesleyan University, and she wrote her undergraduate thesis on community-based courts as mechanisms of transitional justice in ancient Greece and Rwanda. At Fletcher, she is on the organizing committee for the 6th Annual Conference on Gender and International Affairs and enjoys playing soccer with the Fletcher Fútbol team. She is very much looking forward to working with NEFAD and gaining a deeper understanding of transitional justice issues in Nepal.



Podcast on Enforced Disappearances

29 Aug

This is the first podcast in a series on Enforced Disappearances around the world. In this episode, Ram Bhandari, founder of NEFAD Nepal, sits down with Iain Guest and myself to discuss his disappeared father, memory and the shortcomings of transitional justice in Nepal. This episode was launched to commemorate the International Day of the Disappeared, which takes place each year on August 30.

Posted By Beth Alexion

Posted Aug 29th, 2020

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