Saturday, April 23, 2022




Symposium on the International and Humanitarian Protections for Migrants and Refugees - Perspectives from Graduate Students, Leadership Ethics and Human Rights, Migration and Refugee Experts. 

Wednesday, April 27, 2022 from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm PST at


Dr. Amy Argenal (Master in Migration Studies Program Director)

Dr. Illaria Giglioli (Master in International Studies Program)

Dr. Bill Hing (Master in Migration Studies Program/School of Law) 

We will talk about the amazing work that these USF migration academics do to accompany, support, defend, and advocate in favor of immigrants and refugees. We will also listen to some of the remarks of students who participated in the 2022 Arrupe Academic Global Immersion Rome, where we learned about powerful initiatives like Humanitarian Corridors, University Corridors, and the Zampa Law, an innovative legislation directed to unaccompanied minors’ protection.

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