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World Responds Inadequately to Refugee Children

The predicament of children trapped in the middle of armed conflict and the global community's response to the crisis in Darfur were among the issues discussed at "The Future of Children in a Global Society" annual symposium on "Children of Immigrants and Refugees." Co-sponsored by Columbia's Institute for Child and Family Policy and the University's Center for Global Health and Economic Development, the Oct. 18 event featured Iain Levine, program director of Human Rights Watch, and Mary Robinson, executive director of the Ethical Globalization Initiative at Columbia University.

 
Sheila B. Kamerman

Sheila B. Kamerman, Compton Foundation Centennial Professor of Social Work and co-director, Institute for Child and Family Policy, Columbia University

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Iain Levine

Iain Levine, program director, Human Rights Watch

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Mary Robinson

Mary Robinson, executive director, Ethical Globalization Initiative and professor, Columbia's School of International and Public Affairs

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Production Number: 318
Shot: Oct 18, 2004
Published: Oct 26, 2004
Last modified:Oct 26, 2004