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Ms. Linda Rabben

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Employment History

  • Staff Consultant
    The National Center for Refugee Employment & Self-Sufficiency
  • Staff Consultant
  • Freelance Copy Editor
    International Center for Transitional Justice
  • Coordinator, Refugee Professional Recertification Project
    Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service
  • Author, Editor and Anthropologist
    Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service
  • Brazil Specialist
    Amnesty International
  • Brazil Researcher
    Amnesty International
  • Anthropologist
    Amnesty International
  • Long-Term Associate
    Quixote Center
  • Consultant
    Quixote Center
  • Anthropologist, Veteran Human Rights Activist, Associate
    Quixote Center

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Member
    The Committee for Human Rights


  • Ph.D. , anthropology and Latin American studies
    Cornell University
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Web References
Linda Rabben is a writer, ..., 3 July 2011 [cached]
Linda Rabben is a writer, researcher, and advocate for human rights. She has worked for organizations such as Amnesty International, the Rainforest Foundation and the U.S. Institute of Peace and coordinated the Refugee Professional Recertification Project of RefugeeWorks from 2008 to 2010. She has written or edited six books, including Walking the Forest with Chico Mendes, Brazil's Indians and the Onslaught of Civilization, and Fierce Legion of Friends: A History of Human Rights Campaigns and Campaigners. Her articles on human rights have appeared in periodicals including The Nation, Cultural Survival Quarterly, and Discovery Channel Magazine. She has served on the American Anthropological Association's Committee for Human Rights and the Brazilian Studies Association's executive committee and its human rights task force.
Linda Rabben | talks
CfHR members are Robert Hitchcock (Term ..., 1 Jan 1995 [cached]
CfHR members are Robert Hitchcock (Term ending 11/97); Terence Turner (Term ending 11/97); Carole Nagengast (11/98); Ellen Messer (11/98); Jennifer Schirmer (11/99 ); Tom Greaves, chair (11/99); Linda Rabben (11/00); James Peacock (11/00).
The Committee?s membership for 1998 has been Carole Nagengast (11/98); Ellen Messer (11/98); Jennifer Schirmer (11/99 ); Tom Greaves, chair (11/99); Linda Rabben (12/00); James Peacock (12/00); Ellen Gruenbaum (12/01); Barbara Johnston (12/01); Megan Biesele (2002); Lucia Ann McSpadden (1999).
CfHR elected members (1998-1999) include Tom Greaves, chair (term ending 6/99); Robert Hitchcock (6/99 -12/99); Lucia Ann McSpadden, co-chair (term ending 12/99); Jennifer Schrimer (12/99); Linda Rabben (12/00); Jim Peacock (12/00); Barbara Johnston (12/01); Ellen Gruenbaum (12/01); Megan Biesele (12/02).
CfHR elected members (1999-2000) include Barbara Rose Johnston (chair), Jim Peacock, Megan Biesele, Sheila Dauer, John Haviland, Linda Rabben, Ellen Gruenbaum, Linda Green.
Members who retire at the end of the November 2000 meeting are Linda Rabben and Jim Peacock.
In addition to human rights committee announcements and updates authored by Barbara Johnston, the Anthropology Newsletter published the following articles from CfHR members in 2000: "Update from the Beijing Conference on Women and Human Rights" by Sheila Dauer (October 2000); "The Human Rights of Indigenous Peoples in International Law"by Paul Magnarella (April 2000); "Forensics for Justice" by Linda Rabben (May 2000); "Language Rights and the AAA Committee for Human Rights" Society for Linguistic Anthropology Column by John Haviland (September 2000.
In May 2000 CfHR member Linda Rabben attended a meeting at the IFC introducing the newly created Office of the Ombudsman to the NGO community. Rabben raised questions concerning the status of involuntarily displaced indigenous peoples on this IFC-funded project.
Linda Rabben agreed to play a continued role as CfHR-emeritus with this case, including, if warranted, drafting a summary of the issues and call for closer examination.
Linda Rabben Lincoln Ave., Takoma Park, MD 20912 301/270-3003
Linda Rabben, "Forensics for Justice" Public Affairs Column, Anthropology News, May 2000.
"Action Targets Detention Conditions in Brazil" by Linda Rabben. In Amnesty Now, Summer 1999.
Can the Yanomami and Kayapo Survive Civilization? by Linda Rabben. London: Pluto Press. 1998.
RefugeeWorks :: Staff, 21 Aug 2010 [cached]
Linda Rabben Staff Consultant
Linda Rabben has more than a decade of experience working on social justice and immigration issues. She has published books and articles on human rights and is working on a book about the history of asylum. Linda will be working on RefugeeWorks' recertification program for skilled refugees and asylees. For more than a decade she has worked on human rights, international development and immigration issues for organizations such as Amnesty International and the U.S. Institute of Peace. She is also a freelance editor for the International Center for Transitional Justice and other clients. She holds a Ph.D. from Cornell University, in anthropology and Latin American studies.
Critical issues facing Muslim Immigrants ..., 24 Feb 2012 [cached]
Critical issues facing Muslim Immigrants will be addressed by Imam Johari Abdul-Malik, Director of Outreach for the Dar Al Hijrah Islamic Center in Northern Virginia and Immigrants Seeking Asylum - The Basics will be addressed by Lisa Johnson-Firth, attorney, Immigrants First and Linda Rabben, author, editor and anthropologist, Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service.
History - BRASA [cached]
Linda Rabben, Amnesty International
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