My research compares approaches to the reintegration of war-affected and formerly abducted young mothers in Northern Uganda to determine which is most effective in enhancing social inclusion, well-being and economic stability.
Michelle Savard is a doctoral student in Education. Keenly interested in peace education and child protection, her research examines both the marginalization and the reintegration of formerly abducted young mothers in Northern Uganda. She has more than 20 years of experience designing, delivering and managing educational programs both nationally and internationally, which includes training for educators, police peacekeepers and social workers. She has co-edited a prestigious journal and coordinated the delivery of international conferences.