Exploring State-Civil Society Interactions in Buenos Aires

It is hard to believe how fast my month of research passed. While in Buenos Aires, I worked at a local ANSES office to learn about the effects of Asignacion Universal por Hijo (AUH), a conditional cash transfer, on women’s empowerment. Interviewing recipient women brought me to see that, in many cases, the grant helpsContinue reading “Exploring State-Civil Society Interactions in Buenos Aires”

Searching in Buenos Aires: a Story from the Field on Hunting for Contacts, Answers, and Conclusions

Last year’s Tinker grant recipients stressed the importance of persistence while in the field. For the most part, I’ve been getting in touch with exactly the contacts I’d been hoping to find, but some people have been more difficult to track down. What really brought me to my research question, whether or not Asignacion UniversalContinue reading “Searching in Buenos Aires: a Story from the Field on Hunting for Contacts, Answers, and Conclusions”