Local Perspectives on the Global Refugee Challenge.
Alaa Ameen (Utah Health and Human Rights)
Aden Batar (Catholic Community Services of Utah)
Gerald Brown (Refugee Services Office
Utah Department of Workforce Services)
Caren Frost (Center for Research on Migration and Refugee Integration, U of U)
Samira Harnish (Women of the World)
Mara Rabin (Utah Health and Human Rights)
Date: Monday, November 7th, 2016
Location: Okazaki Community Room (Social Work 155a)
The annual Dolowitz Lecture in Human Rights was established in 2007 in the International Studies Program in the College of Humanities at the University of Utah with a generous endowment from Anne M. Dolowitz and David S. Dolowitz of Salt Lake City, Utah.
This year, community leaders representing important local organizations that promote human rights and support refugees and migrants will participate in a panel on "Local Perspectives on the Global Refugee Challenge".
A reception will take place immediately following the panel discussion.