Harvey Weinstein, MD, MPH is Associate Director of the Human Rights Center of the University of California "and Clinical Professor in the School of Public Health at the University of California, Berkeley. He was Director of the Forced Migration and Health Project at the Center from 1997-99 and CO-Principal Investigator on two other projects - "Communities in Crisis; Justice, Accountability and Social Reconstruction in Rwanda and Former Yugoslavia," funded by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation (1999-2003) and "Intrastate Conflict and Social Reconstruction", funded by the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation (2001-2003). Currently, he is CO-Principal Investigator on a project funded by the United States Institute of Peace titled "Education for Reconciliation in Rwanda: Creating a History Curriculum After Genocide." He has been a Board member of Survivors International, the Center for Survivors of Torture in San Francisco, a consultant to the International Committee of the Red Cross, the International Commission for Missing Persons, Physicians for Human Rights, the California State Refugee Health Program, and the Project on Justice in Times of Transition of the Foundation for a Civil Society and to organizations in Albania, South Africa, Kenya and Indonesia. He is the author of "Psychiatry and The CIA: Victims of Mind Control", APA Press, 1990 and co-editor (with Eric Stover) of "My Neighbor, My Enemy: Justice and Community After Mass Atrocity" forthcoming in autumn, 2004 from Cambridge University Press as well as numerous journal papers. He is past-chair of the Refugee and Immigrant Caucus of the American Public Health Association and a Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association." 
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