Invisible Refugees: Forced Migration of Sexual & Gender Minorities

The Harvard Immigration and Refugee Clinical Program & Harvard Law School & Lambda Present:

Invisible Refugees: Forced Migration of Sexual & Gender Minorities

Many of the world’s forced migrants are escaping persecution based on their sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression.  Long invisible to the humanitarian community, these vulnerable individuals often hide from the very systems charged with protecting them. They are finally beginning to come out of the shadows.

Please join Neil Grungras, Executive Director and Founder of ORAM -  Organization for Refuge, Asylum & Migration, in a discussion of this global phenomenon and its ramifications for the international humanitarian community.

Date: Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Time: 12:00 – 1:30 pm

Location: Wasserstein 3016

Lunch & refreshments will be provided.

 Co-Sponsored by Harvard Immigration Project, the Harvard Journal on Law & Gender, & the Women’s Law Association

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One Response to Invisible Refugees: Forced Migration of Sexual & Gender Minorities

  1. Forced migration, particularly in the Balkans and central Asia realized.

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