Robert V.H. Dover Prize
With this Prize, the RISC-RISE Consortium honors Professor Robert V.H. Dover, Universidad de Antioquia, Colombia, who passed away in December 2018. Professor Dover’s legacy reflects his commitment to both academic excellence and solidarity with vulnerable populations. This prize is awarded to the best paper presented at the RISC-RISE Consortium’s international conference which explicitly focuses on vulnerable populations and proposes measures to positively address vulnerability. The prize aims to continue Professor Dover’s commitment to social solidarity.
Co-authors Harlan Koff (UL), Mariana Villada Canela (Universidad Baja California), Carmen Maganda (INECOL), Octavio Perez-Maqueo (INECOL), Xochitl Molina (IVAIS), Jesús Arturo González Herrera (IVAIS), Diego Porras (Café Ensambles), Sherie Simms (The Nature Conservancy), Oscar Sotelo (Huerta Ojo de Agua Paraiso), Maria del Rosario Morales (Huerta Ojo de Agua Paraiso), María del Socorro Aguilar Cucurachi (INECOL), Socorro Lara Lopez (INECOL), Julia Ros Cuellar (UL), Antony Challenger (INECOL), and Rafael Orea Aguilar (INECOL)
for their paper entitled: “Promoting participative policy coherence for sustainable development: Inclusive dialogue through ‘push-pull-match'”
For Dudziro’s journal article “The health of migrants as a global peace and security agenda,” please check her publication in Regions & Cohesion: