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Events: Inclusive City Cafe - The Role of Research in Uncovering the Refugee Experience

September 02, 2015
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Every 3rd Wednesday of the month, Inclusive City Cafe is held to provide a safe and welcoming space for community members.

This month's topic is about the role of research in uncovering the refugee experience, and how this can help to contribute to a more inclusive community, as well as barriers that come up. 


Inclusive City Cafe
SFU Surrey - TD CEC, City Centre Library, Room 402

For more information: http://cec.sfu.ca/programs/inclusive-city-cafe 

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