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Responding to Challenges of Forced Displacement
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... Assisting Displaced Colleagues Colleagues experiencing forced displacement often face unique challenges -- from obtaining recognition of their academic credentials to identifying work opportunities in their fields. Over the past year, the CHR has worked to help dozens of colleagues identify opportunities for work and education in safe third countries.
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... In collaboration with the Center on Forced Displacement at Boston University, the CHR is preparing for a March 2023 workshop that will gather experts in human rights, forced displacement, and STEM pedagogy to explore opportunities in higher education for teaching STEM students about forced Supporting Scientists, Engineers, displacement and to develop a sketch for and Health Care Workers Displaced a course or set of modules intended to by Russia's Invasion of Ukraine equip students in science and engineering programs to address In connection with broader efforts to challenges associated with forced support colleagues who have been forced displacement, with an emphasis on to flee Ukraine because of the Russian human-rights based approaches. invasion, the CHR contributed to a National Academies' resource collection containing information on supporting Ukraine's scientists, engineers, and health workers.

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