Please join us for lunch to welcome a panel of locally resettled refugees to Duke Law. Five refugees from Burma and two refugees from sub-Saharan Africa will share their stories of coming to the United States. The panel will be moderated by Church World Service Sponsorship Developer Joanna Schiestl and human rights attorney Amy Greensfelder, who will give a holistic view of the refugee and asylum seeking legal and resettlement processes. Ms. Greensfelder and Ms. Scheistl will also be available after the event to discuss internship and volunteering opportunities. Lunch will be served. For more information, please contact Catherine Kimel at email@example.com.
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