Course: Workshop on Refugee Testimonies and Advocacy, January 6-10, 2016 (Deadline Nov 1st)

Course: Workshop on Refugee Testimonies and Advocacy, January 6-10, 2016 (Deadline Nov 1st)

PROOF: Media for Social Justice is offering a workshop entitled, Witnessing: Working with Testimonies for Refugee Advocacy.

Co-facilitated by Dr. Anita Fabos, Associate Professor of International Development and Social Change, Clark University and Leora Kahn, Executive Director of PROOF: Media for Social Justice, the workshop is geared towards professionals and academics who work with refugees and other displaced people.

Application

For more information about the workshop and conveners, and to apply, visit http://proof.org/witnessing. Applications are due by November 1st.

Eligibility This non-credit workshop is open to practitioners, researchers, and students in the field of refugees, displacement, and forced migration. The workshop will be limited to a maximum of 20 participants. The language of this workshop is English; we are unfortunately unable to offer translation services.Venue The workshop will be held at Center for Social Innovation in New York City

601 West 26th Street.

Fees Tuition for the workshop is US $975, which includes course material, lunch and coffee breaks. Pay by December 1st for the early-bird rate of $925.

Scholarships There are two available tuition-only scholarships for refugee participants.

One response to “Course: Workshop on Refugee Testimonies and Advocacy, January 6-10, 2016 (Deadline Nov 1st)

  1. Dear Paul,

    I wish I could go to this one. Perhaps we should organize a similar one here in London. Also, I hope you enjoy watching the film Asylum Best regards Latefa Guemar

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