Chatterjee, students work with Oxford Human Rights Consortium on refugee crisis

S.J. Quinney College of Law Professor Deen Chatterjee is working with students on a service-learning project in Geneva and Greece during the summer of 2017. The three-week workshop is a project of the Oxford Human Rights Consortium. Read about student Kseniya Kniazeva’s experiences:

The refugee crisis may seem far from the shores of our Great Salt Lake, but six Utes are about to travel to Thessaloniki to spend ten days working with refugees, staff and stakeholders to do their part in this humanitarian disaster. The “Refugee Policy and Global Ethics” work/study visit will be preceded by lectures and meetings in Geneva with the International Committee of the Red Cross, the United Nations High Commission for Refugees and the International Organization for Migrants, among others, as part of a two-and-a-half week summer seminar organized by the Oxford Consortium for Human Rights.

Read the complete Global U post by Kseniya Kniazeva »