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Current Debates in the Study and Protection of Displaced LGBT+ People
This panel discussion will analyse the contemporary global protection regime afforded to the LGBT+ displaced. With three speakers who have a range of both academic and policy experience, we will review both histories of progress, as well as existing challenges in the protection of LGBT+ people. The panel will give specific consideration to dynamics currently effaced by both ongoing academic and policy debates. All are welcome to attend this event — there will be time for questions at the end.
Chair: Samuel Ritholtz, DPhil candidate, ODID
Speakers: Eirene Chen (SOGIESC/LGBTI Consultant, UN High Commissioner for Refugees), Dr Mengia Tschalaer (Assistant Professor of Anthropology and Political Science at City University of New York & Honorary Research Fellow at the School of Sociology, Politics, and International Studies at the University of Bristol), and Dr Kate Pincock (Research Associate, Refugee Studies Centre, Oxford, and Researcher, Overseas Development Institute)
- Eirene Chen (UNHCR)
- Dr Mengia Tschalaer (City University of New York)
- Dr Kate Pincock (Overseas Development Institute)