Humanizing Migration: Rights, refuge and responsibilities

Humanizing migration

A bilingual forum bringing together Canadian and international thought leaders from government, academia and civil society to humanize public debate on migration to Canada.

This free, public event includes: a high-level panel on Canada’s role in international migration; workshops on education, sponsorship, environmental migration and US-Canada border; a publications and poster fair; a photography exhibit; and a film screening of “I am Rohingya”.

Date: June 20th (World Refugee Day), 9:00-6:00 pm

Location: Learning Crossroads Building lobby (CRX)

Cost: Free, but pre-registration is required;

Contact person: Christina Clark-Kazak (

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