Emily Butera, “What Happens to their Children? Policy Related to the Children of Parents in Detention Facilities”
Co-sponsored by the BorderWork(s) Lab, the Women's Studies Program and the Duke Center for Human Rights.
Emily Butera is a senior program officer for the Detention and Asylum Program at the Women’s Refugee Commission. She will be in residence at the BorderWork(s) Lab in the week of March 26. Her visit is made possible by the Trent Foundation.
Emily's brief talk will be followed by a discussion of pre-circulated readings. For more information, visit the Women's Studies Program website.
RSVP to M [dot] weitzel [at] duke [dot] edu by Tuesday, March 20
Other events in the residency:
- 3/29, 12pm, 240 Franklin Center: Wednesdays at the Center: "In Whose Best Interest: Immigration Law, Child Welfare and the Families Caught in Between"
- 3/30, 12pm, BorderWork(s) Lab: Lunch conversation: "Families on the US-Mexico Border, Immigration Laws & Well-Being" (RSVP required)