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Workshop: Global Consequences of Displacement from Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine
November 3, 2022 — November 4, 2022
|Global Centre for Pluralism, 330 Sussex Drive, Ottawa
|Alumni, Anyone, Carleton Community, Current Students, Faculty, Prospective Students, Staff
Please join us for the workshop “Global Consequences of Displacement from Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine: space, Place and Pluralism.” The event is organized by the Institute of European Studies at Carleton University, the Global Centre for Pluralism, the Canadian Foreign Policy Journal, and iAffairs. The workshop will take place on November 3rd from 8:45am-6:00pm, and November 4th from 8:45am-4:30pm. It will be in person at the the Global Centre for Pluralism, 330 Sussex Drive, Ottawa.
Room capacity is limited, so registration is required. You watch the event virtually, as it will be streamed live on YouTube. You will receive the stream links once you register. Please register using the form below.
About the Event
Russia’s War in Ukraine has set an entire region in motion. Millions of Ukrainians have fled their homes, sheltering in their country, or fleeing across borders. The ongoing crisis of displaced communities, migrant workers, and trafficked persons from within Ukraine and Russia will continue to preoccupy policymakers at national and local levels, as well as international and community NGOs and ordinary citizens. This workshop will examine the movement of millions of Ukrainians and others affected by Russia’s invasion as they shelter in Europe/Eurasia and overseas in Canada. It will also examine the strains on host societies created by the internal and external displacement of millions and the broader streams of movement from Across Eurasia. Refugees, representatives of refugee organizations and scholars-at-risk will join emerging and established experts to highlight refugee agency as well as reactions of host societies.
About the Institute of European, Russian and European Studies
The Institute of European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies (EURUS) is a premier centre for the study of the European and Eurasian regions at Carleton University. It is also the first centre of its kind in Canada, celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. The Institute unites faculty from across the university, whose expertise in the social sciences and humanities provide EURUS with a unique interdisciplinary approach to regional studies.
About the Global Centre for Pluralism
The Global Centre for Pluralism is an independent Non-Governmental Organization founded by the Aga Khan and the Government of Canada. Their mission is to influence perspectives, inform policies, and inspire pathways to advance pluralism globally. The centre works with policy leaders, educators and community builders around the world to promote and implement initiatives to promote pluralism.
About the Canadian Foreign Policy Journal
The Canadian Foreign Policy Journal (CFPJ) is a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal published three times a year by the Normal Patterson School of International Affairs (NPSIA) at Carleton University. Established in 1992, the CFJP is read by a wide audience that includes government officials, academics, and journalists.
iAffairs Canada is an online publisher of research and op-ed style articles that examine Canadian foreign policy, public policy and broader issues in international affairs. iAffairs is managed and run by graduate students at NPSIA and is partnered with the CFPJ.