The importance of the continued global refugee crisis has made it a dominant difficulty in modern-day discourse, and India's role in the South Asian place locations in a unique function to lead the regional communique at the challenge. In mild of this, consider that there's an urgent want to inspire public discourse and produce collectively governing authorities, criminal practitioners, teachers, UN representatives and civil society to talk about the way forward for a cohesive approach combining international and domestic regulation.
With this objective, they cordially to their panel discussion on “The Emerging Narrative of Forced Migration in South Asia”, to be held at the India International Centre, New Delhi, on 10th January 2019. Mr. Mohammed Mahbub Alam, Financial Intelligence Unit, Government of Bangladesh; Ms. Radhika Agashe, Executive Director, Access-Assist; Ms. Selin Mathews, Program Manager, Bosco; Ms. Swati Mehta, Fellow, GiZ Germany. Ms. Yasuko Shimizu, Chief of Mission, UNHCR, India; Dr. Nasreen Chowdhury, Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, Delhi University; Dr. Ashwani Kumar, former Union Minister of Law and Justice; Dr. Martin Jones, Centre for Applied Human Rights, University of York.