Ford Family Research Assistant Professor Ilaria Schnyder von Wartensee was featured in an ND Works article about her five-year Humanitarian Corridor Research Project, which is sponsored by the Kellogg Institute for International Studies and the Ford Program in Human Development.  The project focuses on the resettlement of five hundred Eritreans, South Sudanese, and Somalis from refugee camps in Ethiopia to communities in Italy.  Schnyder says, “Our research will shed light on the wider context of the role of religion, faith and dignity in one of the most pressing political and social challenges of our times, namely international migration.”