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Thursday, October 1

9:00am EDT

10:00am EDT

11:30am EDT

1:30pm EDT

3:30pm EDT

5:00pm EDT

Chat 10: The Work of the Vatican's Migrant and Refugee Section – Grass-Roots, Episcopal Conferences, Roman CuriaFr. Robert Stark, S.S.S. Chat 11: Working with and for Migrants and Refugees in Northern Indiana: Catholic Charities, Diocese of Fort Wayne-South BendNyein Chan Chat 1: The stories, the dynamics, faces, beauty, and difficulties that make up and distinguish the Humanitarian Corridors projectIlaria Schnyder Chat 2: “No Dignity Left Behind: Respecting the Whole Person in Immigrant Integration Efforts”: Discussion issues of identity, self-perception, perception of others, and autonomyPaul Perrin Chat 3: “US Barriers to protection for children seeking asylum”: A discussion on family separation, children detention and changes to US asylum policies that have created additional hurdles for children seeking...Erin Corcoran Chat 4: “Mobile Borders, Unmovable Polities?”: “Mobility” of borders and what kinds of opportunities/ challenges for civic mobilization/ integration are afforded by such a scenarioMaurizio Albahari Chat 5: Can the Comprehensive Refugee Response Framework transform refugee camps into refugee-host communities of hope and belonging?Rahul Oka Chat 6: Local “sanctuary policies” affect immigrant community wellbeing with a focus on (1) crime and (2) institutional trust/legal cynicismRicardo Martinez-Schuldt Chat 7: The work of the broader Notre Dame community in serving and advocating for immigrants and immigrant childrenMary Meg McCarthy • Lisa Koop Chat 8: The US Catholic Church and Immigrant Integration: Then and NowDavid Hollenbach • Giulia McPherson Chat 9: Immigrant Essential Workers and the COVID-19 PandemicMike Nicholson • Robert Warren

6:00pm EDT

Friday, October 2

8:00am EDT

10:00am EDT

12:00pm EDT

2:00pm EDT

4:00pm EDT

4:30pm EDT

5:45pm EDT

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