The Toronto Refugee Rights Month Planning Committee presents:
The Singh Decision Matters in 2017: Refugee Rights Month Panel
April 20, 2017
Location: Friends House, 60 Lowther, Toronto (near St. George Subway Station – Bedford Rd.)
This event features a panel discussion on the state of refugee rights in 2017. Is Toronto really a sanctuary city?/ Refugees experience with Islamophobia, anti-black racism / Healthcare for refuges / Refugee claimants and human rights.
Spoken word performance by Maseh Hadaf, York University Global Health Student
– Rosa Solorzano (youth activist, FCJ Refugee Centre)
– Gilary Massa (a proud Afro-Latina Muslim with long history in community activism, active in student and labour movements for over a decade)
– Dr. Praseedha Janakiram (Physician at Crossroads Clinic for refugees)
– Andrew Brouwer (refugee lawyer and refugee rights and human rights activist)
Co-moderators: Debbie Douglas – Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants, and Mbalu Lumor – Canadian Centre for Victims of Torture
Light refreshments will be provided.
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