Kelly Howell (Vietnam)


Kelly Howell

Kelly Howell (Association for the Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities - AEPD): Originally from Grand Rapids, Michigan, Kelly received her B.A. in International Relations from Grand Valley State University in 2012. She went on to study in both Egypt and Ireland, where she developed a special interest in post-conflict community building. At the time of her fellowship Kelly was studying for a Masters Degree in Conflict and Dispute Resolution at the University of Oregon. After her fellowship she wrote: “AEPD’s work here is much needed and so important, and I am very happy to be working alongside such brilliant advocates for human rights.”



16 Oct

Families Affected by Agent Orange

In the blog prior to this one, I explain how the use of Agent Orange

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Posted Oct 16, 2013

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08 Sep

Agent Orange and Post-Conflict Vietnam

The legacy of war, with its attendant unexploded ordnance and the use of chemical weapons

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Posted Sep 08, 2013

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28 Aug

The Romance of War

Although knee-deep in research on the use of Agent Orange in Vietnam by the United

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Posted Aug 28, 2013

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08 Aug

Vietnam and the Cluster Munitions Charter

August 1 marked the 3 year anniversary for the Convention on Cluster Munitions (CMC), celebrated

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Posted Aug 08, 2013

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24 Jul

AEPD Successfully Combats Poverty in Vietnam

There is a saying in Vietnam; Smile, breathe, and go slowly… A simple phrase with

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Posted Jul 24, 2013

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13 May

Exploring Vietnam

In one month I will be leaving for Dong Hoi, Vietnam, as a Fellow for

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Posted May 13, 2013

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