The Initiative on Forced Migration and Human Trafficking hosted Danielle De La Fuente (Pardee ’06) for a talk on her work with the Amal Alliance.
The Initiative on Forced Migration and Human Trafficking hosted a talk entitled “Perspectives on the Future of Citizenship in the Middle East.”
FMHT hosted the workshop aimed at innovation disrupting exploitation markets of vulnerable and displaced populations.
Professors Noora Lori and Kaija Schilde discussed how they have attempted to bring practical interventions into the classroom with projects like the Urban Refuge app.
The Initiative on Forced Migration and Human Trafficking hosted the workshop entitled “Refugee Resettlement: Between Policy and Practice.”
FMHT hosted Sarah Mardini for a discussion on her harrowing 30 day journey from Syria to Berlin by boat, car, train and foot.
The event, part of the Pardee School’s Beyond the Headlines series, was co-sponsored by the Initiative on Forced Migration and Human Trafficking.
FMHT hosted a hackathon to brainstorm and discuss digital solutions for refugee human trafficking.
Dr. Aleksandra Sojka discussed the migrant and refugee crisis in the European Union, supranational policy and political identification in Europe.
Author and Professor Justin Gest discussed the politics of the white working class in relation to immigration and inequality.
Join the Initiative on Forced Migration and Human Trafficking for a week-long series of events about refugees and forced migration.
The Urban Refuge app aims to connect refugees with resources through a simple mapping tool.
Dr. Cigdem Benam discussed the sources and transformation of Turkey’s policy towards Syrian refugees.
Dr. Daivi Rodima-Taylor’s talk explored remitting dynamics in the context of the global refugee crisis.
Medical Anthropology MS candidate Jeff Nicklas led the talk, and provided a background on human trafficking and access to care.