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Migrants and Dis/Agreement: Whose Responsibility? Why Care?

When Nov 25, 2016
from 04:00 PM to 05:30 PM
Where St Edmund's College, Garden Room
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The panel will reflect on the ethical and practical dilemmas that states, international institutions, the Christian churches, and other faith-based actors face in seeking to respond in a responsible and effective manner 
 to the current migrant and refugee crisis.

Carrie Pemberton Ford is Director of the Cambridge Centre of Applied Research in Human Trafficking.

Sara Silvestri is Director of Research at the VHI and Senior Lecturer in International Politics at City, University of London.

Vlado Kmec is a Doctoral Candidate at Peterhouse, University of Cambridge and a Research Fellow at University College Dublin.

Chaired by Anna Rowlands, Director of the Centre for Catholic Social Thought and Practice and Lecturer in Catholic Studies at the University of Durham.

Jointly organised with the Centre for Catholic Social Thought & Practice.

No booking required. Refreshments will follow.


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