SAID Conference: Forced Migration



Alex Aleinikoff, UN High Commissioner for Refugees (Keynote)
James Hathaway, University of Michigan Law (Keynote)

Date and Time

April 11, 2015 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM



RSVP required by 5PM April 11.


Stanford University

Join the Stanford Association for International Development (SAID) on Saturday, April 11th for their 2015 conference centered on the theme of forced migration. Hear keynote Alex Aleinikoff, UN Deputy High Commissioner for Refugees and a diverse panel of speakers discuss the impacts of forced migration around the world. There will also be a social impact and international development career fair during lunch. Find more information and register at

About Stanford Association for International Development (SAID)

Stanford Association for International Development (SAID) is a student-run organization with a mission of promoting awareness of international development on campus and in the surrounding community. SAID partners annually with Stanford’s Center on Democracy, Development and the Rule of Law (CDDRL) to put on our conference.  CDDRL is a leading center of thought, research and teaching in international development, and frequently organizes academic and policy forums to increase the public understanding of economic and political development. This spring, SAID and CDDRL will host a conference at Stanford University on the topic of forced migration.

This event is co-sponsored by CDDRL, CDDRL's Program on Human Rights, Stanford In Government, Stanford Speaker’s Bureau, Graduate Student Council, Stanford Global Studies, CREES and the Stanford Economics Department, among others.


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