Panel Discussion: Migration to Europe: Situating the Current Crisis

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Location: Andrews Auditorium, Geddes Hall

Syrian refugees strike at the platform of the Keleti railway station in Budapest, Hungary in 2015
Syrian refugees strike at the platform of the Keleti railway station in Budapest, Hungary
Photo credit: Mstyslav Chernov | Wikimedia Commons – CC

“Migration to Europe: Situating the Current Crisis” is a panel discussion offering a conversation of the current situation in Europe, the factors that lead to the the flow of peoples, the impact on host communities/countries and some of the efforts underway to assist the refugees and the European communities who are the first receivers.  

Maurizio Albahari 
Assistant Professor of Anthropology

Alia Fardi
Candidate, LL.M. in International Human Rights Law

Rev. Daniel G. Groody, C.S.C.
Associate Professor of Theology

Moderated by Karen Richman
Director of Undergraduate Academic Programs, Institute for Latino Studies

A reception and book sale will follow the panel in the Geddes Coffee House featuring an exposition by

Richard Economakis
Associate Professor and Graduate Studies Director for Architecture and Urbanism Studies Program

Poster for Migration to Europe: Situating the Current Crisis
Download the web poster (626KB) PDF

Sponsored by the

Nanovic Institute for European Studies
Center for Civil and Human Rights
Keough School of Global Affairs

Department of Anthropology
Institute for Latino Studies
School of Architecture

Center for Social Concerns
Notre Dame Alumni Association
Human Rights – ND (Student Club)

Originally published at nanovic.nd.edu.

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