1: Access to Higher Education for Refugees in Dadaab, Kenya: The Borderless Higher Education for Refugees (BHER) Project
Aida Orgocka, BHER Project Manager
2: Resettling Refugee Students: The World University Service of Canada (National and York University Campuses)
Chiedza Pasipanodya, WUSC Ottawa â€“ Regional Liaison Officer
Myriame Flurisca WUSC Glendon
Robert Hanlon, WUSC Keele â€“ Chairman
Aelya Salman, WUSC Keele â€“ Student Refugee Program Coordinator
3) York Universityâ€™s Access for Students With Precarious Immigration Status Program
Tanya Aberman, Research and Program Coordinator, FCJ Refugee Centre and York U Access for Students With Precarious Immigration Status Program
Discussant: Professor Luin Goldring, Department of Sociology, York University
Panel Chair and Co-Organizer (with WUSC Keele Campus Committee): John Carlaw, Project Lead, York University Syria Response and Refugee Initiative
Event Contact: John Carlaw email@example.com
This panel is organized by Yorkâ€™s local World University Service of Canada Committees and Syria Response and Refugee Initiative as part of Refugee Awareness Week 2018. Thank you to the Centre for Refugee Studies and Founders College for support with this activity.
Refugee Awareness Week 2018 from February 5th to 9th is a collaborative initiative of a coalition of York University student groups and supporting departments working on refugee issues and advocacy. It is meant so promote education and engagement in this field.
FB page for this event: https://www.facebook.com/events/329919014172753/