Michael Dalton McCarville
Michael McCarville holds an MPA in International Development from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs. He is interested in the nexus of International Development and Migration, specifically how governments and NGOs wield development assistance as a deterrent to migration and the human rights implications of doing so. His most recent publications, in partnership with Doctors Without Borders, include: Strength in Resilience: Assessing Critical Gaps in Care for Migrants and Asylum Seekers. Originally from Casa Grande, Arizona, he now lives in Washington, D.C.