The Syrian Refugee Crisis
Syria is the biggest humanitarian and refugee crisis of our time.Fillipo Grandi, UNHCR
Since the beginning of the Syrian civil war in 2011, over 5.6 million people have fled Syria, seeking safety in Lebanon, Turkey, Jordan, Iraq and beyond. Millions more are displaced inside Syria. Most are living in extreme poverty, and humanitarian groups are unable to access many who live in the areas of conflict.
What will become of the Syrian refugees? Professor Anne Marie Baylouny will update us on this humanitarian crisis, how the host countries are faring, the dimensions of international aid, and policy options for the international community and the United States. She will also address the prospects for an end to the conflict.
Anne Marie Baylouny is Associate Professor of National Security Affairs at the Naval Postgraduate School, where she specializes in Middle East politics, grassroots organizing, and Islam. She received her Ph.D. in political science from the University of California, Berkeley. Professor Baylouny has lived in Syria, Lebanon, and Jordan, and has traveled extensively in the Middle East. She speaks Arabic, Italian, French, and Spanish, and has received numerous
- Monday, February 25, 2019
- 11:30 am: Registration
- 11:50: Luncheon
- 12:45 pm: Program
- Caesar Salad
- Oven Roasted Salmon Filet with Bearnaise Sauce
- Steamed Rice
- Seasonal Vegetables
- Fresh Rolls and Butter
- Vegetarian option: Pasta Primavera tossed with pesto olive oil and topped with Parmesan cheese
- $29 for members
- $35 for guests
Registration for the luncheon is now closed. Audience seating for the lecture only may be available, depending on room capacity, on a first-come-first-served basis.
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