Legal shifts allow humanitarian groups to help migrants as expression of religious faith.
Author Archives: Laura E. Alexander/University of Nebraska Omaha
Laura Alexander is associate professor of religious studies, Goldstein Family community chair in Human Rights at University of Nebraska Omaha. Alexander holds a Ph.D. in comparative religious ethics, with research specializations in religious ethics and human rights, migration and refugee concerns, just war and peacebuilding, and national borders and sovereignty. She has authored multiple peer-reviewed articles on these topics and is co-editor of the book The Meaning of My Neighbor's Faith: Interreligious Reflections on Immigration (Rowman & Littlefield, 2018).