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Edward R. McMahon

Adjunct Associate Professor

University of Vermont

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University of Vermont

322 South Prospect Street

Burlington, Vermont,05401

United States

Company Description

We are the tertiary referral center for Vermont, areas of New Hampshire, and upstate New York. Our patients represent the entire range of socioeconomic diversity and we serve large refugee populations from Africa, Eastern Europe, Southeast Asia, and the Balkan...more

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Background Information

Employment History

Regional Director for West

National Democratic Institute


Affiliations

UPR Info

Advisory Board Member


The Center on Democratic Performance

Adjunct Fellow


U.S. Agency for International Development

Senior Advisor


Education

graduate degrees

Johns Hopkins Universities


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Catalyst of Reform: The Arab Spring in Africa: Dr. Fomunyoh “The continent aspires to be governed differently,�

www.africanpolicyforum.org [cached]

Welcome remarks by Ambassador William M. Bellamy (ret.), Director of the Africa Center for Strategic Studies and comments by Joseph Siegle, Working Group Chair and ACSS Director of Research , Christopher Fomunyoh, National Democratic Institute's Regional Director for Africa , Edward McMahon, University of Vermont Professor and Freedom House Senior Research Associate


www.bridge-project.org

Dr. Robin Ludwig, a former UN official, and Dr. Edward McMahon, a consultant and professor of international development at the University of Vermont in the US, are conducting the assessment.


www.edmundriceinternational.org

With presentations from Professor Edward McMahon (University of Vermont), Ambassador Laura Dupuy-Lasserre (Uruguay), June Ray (OHCHR) and Nalini Elumalia (SUARAM, Malaysia) we heard that NGO recommendations do in fact matter to countries when they compile recommendations for countries undertaking UPRs.
Professor McMahon's report and the encouragement from other panelists reassures as that the work we are doing here at ERI in Geneva is worthwhile and will make a difference to the lives of people across the world. To read Professor McMahon's report in full, see the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung website (available until 1st October 2013).


Organisation (en) - UPR Info - Promoting and strengthening the Universal Periodic Review (UPR)

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Professor Edward R. McMahon (United States) - University of Vermont
Edward McMahon currently holds a joint appointment as Research Associate Professor in the Departments of Community Development and Applied Economics, and Political Science, at the University of Vermont. He has collaborated with UPR Info since 2009, and has taken the lead in developing the action category component of UPR Info's innovative database. He has made a number of presentations in the regard to a variety of audiences in Europe and the United States, and has a related article in the forthcoming edition of the African Yearbook of International law. McMahon previously was Dean's Professor of Applied Politics and Director of the Center on Democratic Performance at Binghamton University. He


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Edward R. McMahon holds a joint appointment as research associate professor in the Political Science Department and the Department of Community Development and Applied Economics at the University of Vermont.
Previously, he was the Dean's Professor of Applied Politics and the director of the Center on Democratic Performance at Binghamton University. He has also served as regional director for West, East, and Central Africa at the National Democratic Institute for International Affairs and as a diplomat with the U.S. Department of State. He served as an East Africa analyst for Freedom in the World.


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