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    Crossing the Oceans: Memories, Manifestos and Migrations

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    Crossing the Oceans: Memories, Manifestos and Migrations

    Wissenschaftliche Veranstaltungen | 20.06.2022

    Montag, 20. Juni 2022 / 17 Uhr bis 18.30 Uhr / Online-Panel-Diskussion in englischer Sprache / Anmeldung via Mail: Dr Jenny Mander (jsm15@cam.ac.uk) or Dr Katharina Bothe (bothe@dsm.museum)

    Diskussion anlässlich des Weltflüchtlingstags in englischer Sprache

    World Refugee Day is an international day designated by the United Nations to honour refugees around the globe.  Every year on 20 June it emphasizes the dignity, rights and needs of people who have been forced to flee their home country. The day was first celebrated globally on 20 June, 2001 on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the 1951 Convention relating to the Status of Refugees.

    This year, on June 20th, the Centre for the Study of Global Human Movement, University of Cambridge, is organizing a hybrid panel discussion as part of the Cambridge Refugee Week. The event will bring together international experts to discuss historic and current dimensions and experiences of forced migration and refugee movements caused by political and economic challenges, conflicts and crisis. It is co-hosted by the German Maritime Museum, the Leibniz Institute for Maritime History.

    The speakers include:

    • Suketu Mehta, New York-based professor, reputed author of several books including “This Land is our Land. An Immigrant’s Manifesto” and Pulitzer Prize finalist
    • Mohammed Haqmal, Afghan refugee and former Chief of Public Health in Afghanistan who was awarded National Public Health Hero 2019
    • Mike Levy, Cambridge-based scholar and author of a book on child refugees “Getting the Children Out! Unsung heroes of the Kindertransport”.

    The event will be chaired by Dr Jenny Mander, Co-Director of the Centre for the Study of Global Human Movement and is being convened by Dr Katharina Bothe, Deputy Head of Program at the German Maritime Museum.

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