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Joseph Guay

Joseph Guay is Associate at the Policy Lab and adjunct lecturer at Northeastern University, where he teaches a course on Crisis Mapping for Humanitarian Action. He is a Lead Research Consultant with World Vision International for a project on social cohesion between urban refugees and host communities in Jordan and Lebanon, and is also currently supporting a research agenda on multi-modal governance in areas of limited statehood, trying to understand how transnational advocacy networks (TANs), enabled by new technologies and access, are increasingly relevant in places where official government is limited, or ceases to function according to social contract. Joe can be reached at j.guay@neu.edu.
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