UNA Queens Event: The Refugee Crisis – Oct 25th

The Queens Chapter United Nations Association of the United States of America (UNA Queens) hosts the panel discussion “The Refugee Crisis.” The discussants are John Solecki (Senior Policy Advisor, UNHCR), Francis Madi (Founder, Voices of Silence), Rosemarie Pace (Pax Christi Metro NY) and Megan Casey (Queens College).

The event will take place Saturday October 25, 2014 at the Atrium at the Queens Museum. Please visit the page for more information.


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