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Forum on Haiti: From Relief to Recovery
  Please join us for a panel discussion about the situation in Haiti and proposals for
reconstruction following the devastating January 12th earthquake. Speakers represent
international relief organizations, the U.S. Congress, the World Food Programme, the
 World Health Organization, and Georgetown University faculty experts and Haitian
                                        alumnus.

        Congressman Kendrick Meek, U.S. Congress (D-FL) -- Taped Presentation

         Mr. Allan Jury, Director, US Relations Office, World Food Programme
       Ms. Shaina Aber, Associate Advocacy Director, Jesuit Refugee Service USA
  Dr. Maurice Jackson, Associate Professor, History Department, Georgetown University
 Dr. Jose Teruel, Professor, School of Nursing and Health Studies, Georgetown University
           Mr. Roosevelt Donat, Georgetown University Alumnus (COL 2007)
 Dr. Daniel Lopez-Acuna, Director of Health Action in Crisis, World Health Organization
 Dr. Juan Manuel Sotelo, Chief Manager of Resources Mobilization, Pan American Health
                                       Organization
Ms. Susan Braden, Director of Public Policy and International Humanitarian Response, Save
                                       the Children

Moderated by: Dr. Susan Martin, Donald G. Herzberg Chair in International Migration and
               Director, Institute for the Study of International Migration


                       Thursday, January 28, 2010
                                5:30 pm
                                 Reception to follow

                                    Gaston Hall
               Healy Hall Third Floor, Georgetown University
                                  Please RSVP to
    http://www12.georgetown.edu/sfs/rsvp/index.cfm?Action=View&EventID=2747

  Donations will also be collected at the event to benefit Save the Children, Jesuit Refugee
Service, and Partners in Health through the Georgetown University Center for Social Justice.

				
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