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Rohingya Crisis: What Can Canada Do?

On September 24th, 2020, the Conflict and Resilience Research Institute Canada (CRRIC) hosted a webinar on what Canada could do to aid the Rohingya crisis in Bangladesh.

Panelist-

Senator Marilou McPhedran – CM, the Founder of the International Women’s Rights Project and the former Principle (Dean) of the University of Winnipeg Global College

Dr. John Packer – Director of the Human Rights Research and Education Centre (HRREC) at the University of Ottawa.

David Gerald Newman, QC, – Co-Chair and Founder of the Peace Building Committee of the Rotary Club of Winnipeg.

Sharon Okoye – Chief Coordinator of Media Champion Borders

Dr. Adam Muller – Professor of English at the University of Manitoba.

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