Join us on March 23 for a panel discussion about ensuring that vaccine nationalism doesn’t result in the world’s most vulnerable being shut out of pandemic responses.
World Refugee & Migration Council Chair and Former Canadian Minister of Foreign Affairs Lloyd Axworthy speaks on the COVID-19 pandemic, climate change, nationalism, conflict and addressing root causes of displacement.
To celebrate International Women’s Day, join GIRWL co-founders on March 10 to talk about one year of refugee women-led achievements.
On 25 February, Join WRMC’s Rosemary McCarney who will moderate a discussion with Robert McLeman, Erica Pires Ramos and A.R. Siders for a lively discussion about the rapidly accelerating challenges around climate displacement as the world prepares for COP26.
On 27 January, Marc Sommers, Sarah Dryden-Peterson of Harvard University’s School of Education, and Suha Tutunji, academic director of Jusoor in Lebanon will discuss refugee education policies and practice, and the implications of limited access to education for refugee youth. The event is co-hosted with the US Institute of Peace.