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Serena Parekh speaks with News@Northeastern and New York Times about the current refugee crisis in Afghanistan.

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March 15, 2017 - BOSTON, MA. Serena Parekh, Northeastern associate professor of philosophy and Northeastern student Leen AlHajjar speak about the myths and facts of the global refugee crisis held in 90 Snell Library at Northeastern University on March 15, 2017. Photo by Matthew Modoono/Northeastern University

In her interview with News@Northeastern, Dr. Serena Parekh (Professor of Philosophy and Director of the Politics, Philosophy and Economics Program & WGSS Affiliated Faculty) highlights the difficulties many Afghan refugees may face when seeking asylum. With the New York Times, she discusses public attitudes towards refugee settlement, especially within the U.S.

Click here to read about Dr. Parekh’s interview with News@Northeastern & Click here to read about her interview with New York Times.

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