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RW2022 Live Events - Tuesday
Live on Tuesday:
In Conversation with Korean Defectors
Join speakers Casey Lartigue Jr., Co-President of Freedom Speakers International (FSI), Songmi Han, and Bonghee Han, hosted by UCC Fáilte Refugees UCC and UCC Korean Society. Zoom link below (passcode: 117646).
Migration from North America: An Overview from a Mexican Perspective with a focus on the PAMIR Project
ISS21 Migration and Integration Research Cluster and University of Sanctuary UCC
Tuesday 22nd February, 4pm- 5pm (via MS Teams - to join the seminar, please click on the Teams meeting link Here)
Presenter: Aranzazu González Hernández
This presentation will provide a broad overview of returned migration trends from North America to Mexico with a special focus placed on the PAMIR Project. PAMIR was created through the International Relations Office, Universidad Veracruzana (UV), as an institutional response to the rise in returned migration trends and to address the needs of a growing diverse population of students from both Mexico and returned from the US. The Returned Migrant Care Program (PAMIR-UV) formally began its activities in January 2017. It was established to provide support and care services to returned migrants and students from North America, who due to their immigration status, face specific obstacles, affecting possibilities for integrating and developing effectively in academia. PAMIR oversees several activities aimed to promote conditions for educational inclusion with migration perspective, as well as to develop activities to strengthen socioemotional capacities to consolidate school and life trajectories.
Bio: Aranzazu González Hernández
Aranzazu Gonzalez Hernandez is a social geographer from Universidad Veracruzana, where she has responsibility for the Return Migrants' Attention Program since 2019. She has been a professor at the North American Studies Program since 2018 and the Geography Program since 2012. Her previous experience includes working as local representative for UN-Habitat México from 2009 to 2012 on access to water project administration; coordinator and project administration of local organization for water governance IMCAS-X, and the creation of geography didactic materials for preschool and elementary schools.
Soundseekers Audio Festival
Focus on Refugee Health: Inequalities in Ireland and Abroad
In lieu of a registration fee, attendees are asked to make their contribution by selecting the ticket they wish to purchase. This event is affiliated with UCC Refugee Week. Funds raised will be donated to UNICEF's Covid 19 Vaccination Campaign in Developing Countries.
6.30 pm: Dr Sarah Fitzgibbon (GP and Women in Medicine in Ireland Network) , Welcome and introduction
6.35 pm: The UNICEF Pandemic Response -Mr Owen Buckley.
6.50 pm: Prof Mary Horgan, President of the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland
7.05 pm: Dr Naomi Masheti , Cork Migrant Centre
7.20 pm Dr Margaret O'Rourke -Adverse Childhood Experiences
7.45pm- Dr Sarah Fitzgibbon, Introduction 2
7.50 pm- Prof Deirdre Murray, Paediatrics, UCC and Cork University Hospital
8.05 pm- Mr Graham Clifford, Social Entrepreneur and Dr Catherine Clifford, GP-Translate Ireland
8.20pm- Ann Kiely, GP and UCC, Short Reflection and Thank you.
8.25pm-Dr Sarah Fitzgibbon-Event close.
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