Generously supported by the LSE Annual Fund, the LSE UN and Student Action for Refugees (STAR) societies are proud to present the LSE 2017 REFUGEE WEEK!
This week aims to explore the ‘untold stories’ of Refugees and provide an innovative perspective, one that goes beyond global media’s coverage of these catastrophes. We hope that this week will provide you with an LSE perspective on the phenomon, where our conferences will allow you to assess the situation from diverse perspectives, including legal, historical, political and psychological.
We will be hosting those 5 conferences, along with an opening play of asylum monologues, a photography exhibition on the first floor of Saw Swee Hock Centre running throu...ghout the week and a workshop with Doctors of the World.
Below are the links to the series of events:
5pm-6:30pm: What does it mean to be a refugee in Europe
7:30pm: Asylum Monologues
6:30pm-8pm: Spotlight on stateless & asylum seeking women
2pm-4pm: Workshop with Doctors of the World
5pm-6:30pm: NGOs and refugee camps, how to get involved?
7pm-8:30pm: Bordering countries
6pm-7:30pm: The UK's response
If you’re interested in widening your knowledge, immersing yourself into highly intelligible discussions on this issue, and placing yourself in a safe platform amongst other students - this is a week not to be missed!
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