Refugee Crisis in Europe: A Talk with Alexandra Lieben

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Join us for an education session with Alexandra Lieben, the Deputy Director of the UCLA Burkle Center for International Relations on Wednesday, May 25 from 6-7PM in Bunche Hall, Room 3157.  We will address the influx of refugees into Europe and how the European Union is currently coping with this issue.  We will then discuss the best methods to approach the cultural clash in the region.  Olives who recently traveled to the region, or will travel there soon, saw (or will see) the real consequences of this crisis, whether in Turkey or Jordan.  Since the refugee crisis effects both the Turkey-Armenia and Israel-Palestine branches of OTI, we highly encourage Olives from all branches to attend this discussion!

Alexandra Lieben is currently the Deputy Director of the UCLA Burkle Center for International Relations.  She obtained her Master's Degree from UCLA in Public Policy and specialized in international conflict resolution and is a certified mediator.  She teaches both undergraduate and graduate courses at UCLA in international conflict resolution, international development, and alternative dispute resolution.  During her time at UCLA, she was the Executive Director of the Concord Project at the UCLA School of Public Affairs, where she worked to expand conflict resolution and coexistence education in public policy schools.  She also created "Concord LA," a policy-based collaborative project between UCLA and community-based organizations that work to reduce gang violence in South LA.  To learn more about Lieben's tireless efforts surrounding conflict resolution, check out this article.

This is a free event, but space is limited so please RSVP below to reserve your spot! 

May 25, 2016 at 6pm - 7pm
UCLA Bunche Hall, Room 3157
Bunche Hall 315 Portola Plaza
Room 3157
Los Angeles, CA 90095
United States
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