Danielle N. Allyn | April 2, 2015
Danielle Allyn is a senior at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she studies Global Studies (concentration: African Politics), Sociology, and Public Policy. She spent her previous three summers working at a primary school in southeastern Uganda, interning in the Office for Southern African Affairs at the U.S. Department of State, and conducting research on UN peacekeeping forces in Bukavu, South Kivu, DR Congo.
Danielle is working for the Enough Project as the Midatlantic Campus Organizer and she is also the director of the Conflict-Free Campus Initiative at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Danielle will graduate in May 2015 and hopes to spend a year abroad in sub-Saharan Africa before attending law school to study human rights law. On weekends and holidays, Danielle enjoys going thrifting, listening to local folk music, and doing just about any nature-related physical activity.
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A Thesis by Danielle N. Allyn
"Resolution 2098 failed to enhance the UN’s capacity to deliver the peace dividends of civilian protection to Congolese civilians in the fifteen months following its enactment." -Excerpt from Introduction