Tuesday 29 January 2019
12.30 p.m. - 2 p.m.
Library Events Room (B.135)
Palais des Nations, B Building, 1st Floor
Imagine you were one of the 65.6 million people forcibly displaced worldwide. You would enter into a protection framework that privileges the individual over the most basic form of belonging – the family unit. You would be part of a recurrent story of family, migration, and separation, which has been playing out across different geographical, political, and historical contexts. And you may wonder – how could the rights of migrants and their families be better protected and their needs better understood? Join speakers from academia and international organizations as they reflect on the global refugee crisis and discuss how the current protection frameworks can serve families on the move.
Full details can be found on the invitation here.
Please Register here.
Tuesday, January 29
Palais des Nations, Geneva, Library Events Room (B.135), Palais des Nations, B Building, 1st Floor