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Narintohn Luangrath

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Narintohn Luangrath earned her B.A. from Boston College in May 2014. She is interested in countries’ policies towards forced migrants unprotected by the UN Refugee Convention, in particular, those forcibly displaced due to natural disasters or generalized violence and conflict. Narintohn currently serves as a Truman- Albright Fellow in the Administration for Children and Families (ACF), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), where she studies refugee social service policy. Previously, Narintohn served as a student trainee in the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), researching the unique protection needs of unaccompanied immigrant children as well as the “credible fear” and defensive asylum application processes. Narintohn is a 2013 Harry S. Truman Scholar from Oregon.

She was a 2015-2016 participant in AICGS’ “Transatlantic Exchange Program for Young Minorities,” sponsored by the Transatlantic Program of the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany through Funds of the European Recovery Program (ERP) of the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy.

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