LabCom Cafe 30/10 4pm (Brazil time zone)

This Friday, October 30, 2020, at 4 pm via GoogleMeet, LabCom promotes another meeting: we will talk about how to promote the reception of refugees and migrants beyond the pandemic. For this debate we will have the special guests:

João Granja, serves on the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights’ Rapporteurship on the Rights of Migrant People, as an expert on the issues of international migration, refuge, statelessness, forced displacement, human trafficking and human mobility. He currently lives in Washington, the USA, where he does postdoctoral studies at Brown University.

Guilherme Mansur, associate researcher at the Centre for the Study of International Migration (CEMI/Unicamp), worked with the implementation of public policies for quilombola communities in Brazil (2008-2011 and 2015-2017) and in different international cooperation projects and initiatives. He is a researcher at the Directorate of High Studies of the National School of Public Administration (ENAP), where he coordinates the Advisory project on Evaluation of Public Policies in Brazil.

Cyntia Sampaio, in her professional career as a social worker, has been involved with international organizations and non-governmental organizations of reference in the protection of vulnerable population groups, and over the years has specialized in the theme of migration and refuge. After some significant work experiences, she was awarded an Erasmus Mundus scholarship from the European Union and obtained her Master’s degree in Migration and Intercultural Relations in Germany. She was National Coordinator of the South-South Cooperation Project for the Protection of the Rights of Migrant Workers in the Latin America and Caribbean Region developed by the International Labor Organization in partnership with the Government of Brazil.

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