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Researching in a Conflict Zone

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Before traveling to a conflict zone, make sure you understand the risks, put plans in place to mitigate them, and always prioritize your personal safety over your academic and research goals.

How to Understand & Mitigate the Risks

Traveling, working, or researching in a conflict zone is challenging and could be dangerous. It requires extensive research, planning, and preparation. The video and resources below can help you start the process.

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Talk with Us

We also encourage you to meet with a member of our International Safety & Security team to discuss your travel and receive feedback on your plans. Challenging opportunities can be rewarding, but you should always prioritize your safety and well-being.

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In an Emergency

Remember, if you need medical, mental health, or security advice and evacuation support while overseas, call International SOS at +1-617-998-0000 or connect through the Assistance App. And don't forget to register you travel in MyTrips.