Date(s) - 11/09/23
Fall in finally here in force with the blast of cold hitting us now. The last of the Fall events sponsored by the New Hampshire Chapter of the Fulbright Association is scheduled for next week. It is part of a series devoted to understanding better (and especially personalizing) the issues attached to emigration and immigration. The U.S. is far from alone in having difficulty coming to terms with the masses of people looking for a better place to live, and climate change promises to increase the problem significantly in the future. This session is centered on the issue of asylum.
Let me mention that the series of presentations NH Fulbright co-sponsored with the World Affairs Council of New Hampshire last spring on Genocide won an award from the National office of the Fulbright Association: Virtual Program of the Year Award. It’s nice to have such validation of our programming. That program, like the current one, was hybrid. So join on line or come in person (there are refreshments before the discussion—a chance to meet interesting people).
Registration for the program (both on-line or in person) is through the WACNH website.