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The Opioid Epidemic and Homicide
In the latest HFG Research and Policy in Brief, criminologists Joel Wallman, Richard Rosenfeld, and Randolph Roth find a “substantial association” between opioid overdose deaths and homicide, with variations by race and geography.
Ten Scholars Named as HFG African Fellows
The Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation is pleased to announce the selection of its 2023-2024 HFG African Fellows: Doyinsola Oluwagbemi Agunbiade, Benyin Akande, Adventino Banjwa, Kigambo Gaaki, Marie-Grace Kagoyire Gasinzigwa, Yosef Jemberie, Awet Halefom Kahsay, Learnmore Mvundura, Kenechukwu Nwachukwu, Jacob Tagarirofa. Hailing from Cote d’Ivoire, Ethiopia, Kenya, Nigeria, Rwanda, Uganda, and Zimbabwe these researchers are investigating a host of important violence topics on the African continent including inter-ethnic conflict, democratization, and political protests.
Ten Awardees Named HFG Distinguished Scholars
Introducing the Harry Frank Guggenheim 2023 Distinguished Scholars: Christopher Davey, Surulola Eke, Claudine Kuradusenge-McLeod, Charles Larratt-Smith, Juan Luna, Aila Matanock, Elizabeth Kibuka Musoke, Yaniv Voller and Karin Wachter. The ten leading researchers are exploring the causes, manifestations, and control of violence around the world.