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For the launch, we will introduce the project's parameters and goals, and will be in conversation with Pastor Roces, as she gives an overview of “what is out there” in overseas collections and why an aggregated inventory is needed to map this landscape of diasporic objects.
This event commences with the film ‘Black people of Iran’, followed by a Q&A session with the director Farhad Varahram.
In this webinar, Professor Wong argues the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) should consider democratizing sooner rather than later, to usher in democratic reform in China, and importantly, for the regime to maintain political power
Seeking to understand why host states treat migrants and refugees inclusively, exclusively, or without any direct engagement, Kelsey Norman offers this original, comparative analysis of the politics of asylum seeking and migration in the Middle East and North Africa.