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From the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs: United States policies towards refugees demand new approaches as the new administration plans to take office in January. The roles that religious institutions play both in historical practices of resettlement and in public attitudes towards global and national approaches to forced migration are important to a comprehensive understanding of the crisis of displaced persons. The Berkley Center is engaged in ongoing research and reflection on these grave challenges. This conversation will focus…Find out more »
Join young leaders who will gather and engage in stimulating exchanges on how we can grow and be better supporters of Universal Human Rights. To be young in 2020 is powerful because we are witnesses to the drastic changes that can happen in a short amount of time – good and bad. We have learned that our actions and inactions have an immense impact which is augmented when we unite with others. In this context, it is a call to…Find out more »
Young leaders! Let's get together and engage in stimulating conversations on how we can uphold, cherish, and be better supporters of universal human rights! Join us as we Reorganize, Identify, Sustain, and Empower (RISE) our perspectives on the International Day of Human Rights. To be young in 2020 is powerful because we are witnesses to the drastic changes that can happen in a short amount of time – good and bad. We have learned that our actions and inactions have an immense impact which…Find out more »
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