Upcoming Webinar Series on Translating Academic Research into Effective Responses to Forced Displacement
Join us for the Translating Academic Research into Effective Responses to Forced Displacement Sessions
On 24 and
25 May, join us for a series of online discussions in which we will explore
how academic findings and initiatives that can support decision-making
processes to improve the lives of refugees, forcibly displaced persons, and
host communities. Over two sessions on the two days, a range of diverse
research partners will showcase findings and initiatives that can support GCR
stakeholders in making evidence-based decisions and policies based on reliable,
independent research conducted by academics and persons with lived experience of
and supporters will also discuss the importance of producing actionable and
relevant research that is led, co-designed and co-implemented with refugees and
forcibly displaced persons.
the 2019 Global Refugee Forum, the Global Academic Interdisciplinary Network
(GAIN) brings together universities, academic alliances, and research
institutions, together with UNHCR and other relevant stakeholders to support
the implementation of the Global Compact on Refugees (GCR).
webinars are free to attend.
Register for the event