Since 2018, the Committee on Forced Migration, an initiative of the Columbia Global Centers, has focused on providing an institution-wide space to advance discourse, both internal and public, on forced migration-related inquiries and engagement.
To address the multidimensional nature of the COVID-19 crisis, the Committee on Forced Migration will provide a year-long series leveraging Columbia’s expertise to investigate the impact of the crisis on vulnerable, displaced communities. As such, the Committee presents an online event series entitled “Forced Migration in a Post-Pandemic World,” which will look at the impact of this crisis on forced migration, both current and long-term (post-pandemic) effects, through a multidisciplinary set of four themes:
- Preparation & Planning: Voices from the Frontlines
- Borders & Beliefs: The Pandemic’s Impact on Policies, Laws, and Public Opinion
- Roots & Routes: The pandemic’s impact on mobility, migration routes, and demographics
- Prospects & Pandemics: Envisioning the Future
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Education, Health, and Well-being for Displaced Populations: Strengthening Coordination and Approaches across Humanitarian Sectors
Disease Surveillance and Refugees, Migrants and other Marginalized Groups: Balancing Human Rights and Public Health in the COVID-19 pandemic
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