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Forcibly Displaced: Toward A Development Approach Supporting Refugees, the Internally Displaced, and Their Hosts
September 15, 2016Washington, D.C.

Recent events have drawn the world's attention to a crisis that has been building up for a long time: forced displacement. The World Bank Group's new report, Forcibly Displaced, is a groundbreaking study which analyzes data to understand the scope of the challenge and articulates a development approach to resolving the crisis -- to help the displaced and their hosts rebuild their lives. The report was produced in close partnership with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). 

Moderator:

Kim Ghattas
BBC International Affairs Correspondent

Opening Remarks: 

Saroj Kumar Jha
Senior Director, Fragility, Conflict & Violence Group, World Bank 

Lead Author Presentation: 

Xavier Devictor 
Advisor, Fragility, Conflict & Violence Group, World Bank 

Panelists:

Shelly Pitterman
Regional Representative for the USA and the Caribbean, UNHCR

Roberta Gatti
Chief Economist, Human Development Practice Group, World Bank 

Alex Aleinikoff
Visiting Professor of Law, Columbia Global Policy Initiative 

 

Event Details
  • when: 3-4:30 p.m. ET
  • where: J1-050 Auditorium, 701 18th St. NW, and Online