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News Around Webster: Kingston, McGrath, Scharf, Cosic, Hellinger

February 17, 2017

Lindsey Kingston published "Haitians Seeking Refuge in Brazil," Kim McGrath presented a webinar on leadership and negotiation strategies, Emily Scharf co-published on transformative learning, Dan Hellinger consulted on Danielle Smith-Llera’s book on Che Guevara, and Zlatko Cosic's film "It Can't Go Forever" screens at Artspace in Tel Aviv.

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Webster Athens International Security class with professor John Nomikos

International Security Class Visits Migration Headquarters in Athens

February 13, 2017

Students in the International Security class at Webster Athens visited the International Organization for Migration (IOM) headquarters to see first-hand how the migration issue is progressing on a closer and more personal level due to the many numbers of refugees stranded in Greece. Greece is the gateway to Europe for many migrants fleeing from war and persecution in their own countries.

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Ela Gandhi visits Webster Vienna Feb. 8.

Vienna Welcomes Ela Gandhi, Peace Activist and Interfaith Leader

February 07, 2017

Renowned peace activist and interfaith leader Ela Gandhi will share her insights in a special event for Webster University students, alumni, faculty and staff at the Vienna campus. Through the Gandhi Development Trust, Gandhi works to raise awareness and support for educational and research initiatives around the globe.

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Suransky discussed the experiences of Africans migrating to South Africa.

Suransky on 'Xenophobia and Migration: South Africa and Europe'

April 26, 2016

Leonard Suransky, the South African-born head of International Relations at Webster Ghana and previous faculty member at Webster Leiden, delivered a public lecture at the Ghana campus on a subject dear to him: the psychological aspects of xenophobia, particularly as experienced by Africans in South Africa. Attendees included members of the Ghana Armed Forces Command and Staff College. The lecture led to Suransky appearing on leading local television station TV3 to discuss the issue.

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