This workshop is designed as a forum for undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, policy makers and the general public with an interest on the refugee experience – from internal displacement at home, to the transit experience inside and outside the camp, to challenges of resettlement and integration. Acting as a catalyst for innovation, the seminar will be open to new and unconventional ideas of research or public outreach. Yale faculty and visiting scholars in economics, political science, history, sociology, anthropology, global affairs, management, medicine, nursing, psychology, public health, law, divinity, religious studies and forestry & environmental studies will be presenting rigorous evidence-based research and linking to policy and practice. Students who have been taking the lead in many initiatives on refugee and displacement issues on campus will discuss research work in progress and policies.
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Time: Tuesdays, 2:30 - 3:45 pm EST
Location: Meetings will be hybrid: Online via Zoom and in-person according to Yale regulations. Please register in advance to receive the registration link and to provide consent to Yale broadcasting regulations.
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