Conversatorio: A Human Rights Forum

upcoming event

June 30, 2022

6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

FREE

Open to the public

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Why Do People Migrate?

In this “Conversatorio,” a group of expert panelists will discuss their research into, and experiences of, migrant movements.

Why do people migrate? The exhibit Carne y Arena provides visitors with insight into migrants’ experiences at the U.S. border, but what leads people to attempt to cross the border in the first place? Join us on June 30 from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM at KANEKO or via Zoom for a discussion on these issues.

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In this “Conversatorio,” a group of expert panelists will discuss their research into, and experiences of, migrant movements. These include conflict and oppression in Latin American countries that leads to migration both within Latin America and to the U.S.; immigration from Ukraine and former Soviet republics, especially the current refugee movements that began with Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in February 2022; and circumstances that force women to migrate due to both conflict and gender-based oppression, with a focus on South Asia.

Speakers include:

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