Ukraine, The Refugee Crisis and Learning from History
With the Russian onslaught against Ukraine, the displacement of millions of people, and Europe’s worst refugee crisis since World War II, the world is witness to another humanitarian disaster. What lessons can be learned from the past? What are the moral and historical imperatives for intervention? How does this crisis affect policy on refugees and migration? Join the TOLI webinar on March 28 to address these issues with:
Mark Hetfield, President and CEO of HIAS, the international Jewish humanitarian organization that provides vital services to refugees and asylum seekers of all faiths and nationalities in the United States and 15 countries around the world.
Katarzyna Łaziuk, Holocaust and human rights educator, TOLI representative in Poland, and now in the forefront of refugee assistance in Poland.
Naomi Kikoler, director of the Simon-Skjodt Center for the Prevention of Genocide.
Moderator, Ethan Bronner, Senior Editor with Bloomberg News.
Introduction by Sondra Perl, Senior Director of US Programs at TOLI and author of On Austrian Soil: Teaching Those I was Taught to Hate.
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