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Tatiana Rothchild

PhD Student in Political Science

Tatiana Rothchild is a doctoral student in the Department of Political Science at Northeastern University, specializing in International Relations and Public Policy. She has a strong background and interest in the relationships between human trafficking and terrorism and the efficacy of conflict resolution and peacebuilding practices to combat human trafficking.

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Prior Work

Tatiana Rothchild has been involved in the anti-human trafficking movement for over a decade, researching and participating at the local level across the United States and in areas of Asia. Her latest projects have focused on successful preventative methods to combat human trafficking, particularly through occupationally specific preventative education within local areas.

Research Interests

Conflict Resolution; Peacebuilding Practices; Terrorism (Definitions, Development, Policy, Rehabilitation); Human Trafficking (Definitions, Development, Policy, Rehabilitation)

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