Jennifer Hollinger (Albania)


Jennifer Hollinger

Jennifer Hollinger (CHASTE): Jennifer graduated magna cum laude from Bryn Mawr College. During her junior year she undertook a fellowship in Copenhagen, Denmark with Humanity-in-Action which sparked her interest in international migration and human rights. Jennifer received a Master’s degree in public and international affairs, with a concentration in international development, from the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs at the University of Pittsburgh. At the time of her fellowship, Jennifer was pursuing a master’s degree in the Department of Government at Georgetown University and working as a graduate research assistant at the Institute for the Study of International Migration (ISIM). After her fellowship, Jennifer wrote: "This experience helped me to realize that I really can work well with people who are very different from myself in challenging conditions. The skills and insight that I gained will stay with me for years to come and will be helpful both in terms of my career…and for my own personal development."



04 Oct

Gone, And A Cloud In My Heart

I knew when I arrived in Albania that this summer would be a unique experience

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Posted Oct 04, 2007

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07 Aug

All That Glitters (Part Two)

While I was in Macedonia and Kosovo, I met with various NGOs and organizations, including

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Posted Aug 07, 2007

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07 Aug

All That Glitters (Part One)

The other day, while riding the city bus, I watched a woman get on the

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Posted Aug 07, 2007

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31 Jul

Life Lessons in the Balkans, Or, Schadenfreude for Beginners

I recently spent 13 and a half hours on the bus from hell. I traveled

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Posted Jul 31, 2007

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20 Jul

It’s All Your Fault

Northern Albania is one of the most deprived regions of the country. Farming is difficult

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Posted Jul 20, 2007

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16 Jul

I Have No Future

Here’s something I never thought I would say. I have been to a women’s prison

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Posted Jul 16, 2007

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13 Jul

O, Sick Children of Albania

For the crime of being an Albanian, a seven-year-old girl can not get a visa

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Posted Jul 13, 2007

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05 Jul

The Slow Life

In the last few days, temperatures have reached into the 40s. That`s hot, really hot.

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Posted Jul 05, 2007

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27 Jun

Life in Tirana

The Tool Shop in Tirana For more images of Tirana, visit my Flickr account.

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Posted Jun 27, 2007

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25 Jun

Welcome to the Land of Eagles

“Welcome to the land of eagles!” my colleague exclaimed as we descended into the Albanian

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Posted Jun 25, 2007

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18 Jun

The Girl with No Name

Sally looks at her feet and continuously plays with a plastic bag in her lap.

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Posted Jun 18, 2007

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09 Jun

Medieval Churches And Medieval Practices

Friday found me in Huntingdon, a town that is probably the stereotypical image many Americans

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Posted Jun 09, 2007

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09 Jun

Show Me the Money

Having just arrived in the UK on Tuesday, going to meetings on Wednesday with Home

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Posted Jun 09, 2007

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23 May

On My Way to Albania!

In less than two weeks, I fly to London to begin my fellowship with CHASTE,

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Posted May 23, 2007

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