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World Affairs Lecture Series: Jenelle Eli

March 30 at 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Jenelle Eli stands aboard the Responder rescue vessel in the Mediterranean Sea, some 13 nautical miles off the Libyan Coast. Photo: Mathieu Willcocks/MOAS.

Jenelle Eli, director of International Communications at American Red Cross in Washington D.C., will address current issues surrounding refugees, with a focus on the Mediterranean. Eli found herself in the heart of this refugee crisis as she volunteered aboard the rescue ship Responder last fall. She is part of a Red Cross/Red Crescent team providing care and comfort to migrants rescued from the Mediterranean’s rough waters.

This lecture is part of the World Affairs Lecture Series, which is sponsored by the Department of Social Sciences and the Presidential Scholars Program.

This event is open to the FIT community only. 

Migrants get ready to disembark from the Responder ship—after being rescued from the Mediterranean Sea. Photo: Mathieu Willcocks/MOAS.

Details

Date:
March 30
Time:
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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Venue

Film and Media Screening Room D207
Pomerantz Center
New York City , NY United States

Organizer

Praveen Chaudhry
Phone:
212 217.4924
Email:
praveen_chaudhry@fitnyc.edu