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Refugee Talks: Lessons From the Refugee Response in Greece

Join us on Tuesday for a virtual event with Refugees Deeply’s senior editor Daniel Howden, journalist Apostolis Fotiadis, Jeff Crisp from the Refugee Studies Centre, MSF’s Marietta Provopoulou and independent humanitarian adviser Fotini Rantsiou.

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Refugees in Greece.Nikos Pilos

Editor’s note: If you missed our live broadcast, you can watch the full conversation here.

On Tuesday, March 14, Refugees Deeply will take you behind the scenes of our extensive investigation into the failures of the most expensive humanitarian response in history, played out during the refugee crisis in the Eastern Mediterranean.

Jeff Crisp of the Refugee Studies Centre at the University of Oxford, Marietta Provopoulou of Doctors Without Borders (MSF) in Greece and independent humanitarian adviser Fotini Rantsiou will join Refugee Deeply’s senior editor Daniel Howden and Apostolis Fotiadis, co-authors of The Refugee Archipelago: The Inside Story of What Went Wrong in Greece.


Sign up and tune in to News Deeply’s YouTube Channel on March 14 at 10:00EST/15:00CET to watch the conversation live. Have a burning question or insightful comment you’d like us to share during the discussion? Send us an email, Facebook message or submit your questions live during the broadcast. You can also join the conversation on Twitter, using the hashtag #refugeetalks.

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