On Friday 22 May 2020, from 11.30am – 1pm GMT, Dr. Estella Carpi, Southern Responses Research Associate, will teach a seminar class titled: The Syrian Exodus in Lebanon and Turkey. Humanitarian Aid, Governance and Social Spaces. The event is free and hosted at the Faculty of Historical, Geographic, and Antiquity Sciences at the University of Padua (Italy).
**Please note that the seminar will be delivered in Italian**
For more information and to join the event via Zoom, please email Dr Silvia Bruzzi, firstname.lastname@example.org
To read more about Dr. Estella Carpi’s work and publications please visit our Resources page, or visit the recommended reading below:
Carpi, E. (2019) Syrian Faith Leaders in Displacement: Neglected Aid Providers?
Carpi, E. (2019) Local Faith Actors in Disaster Response and Risk Reduction – ALNAP Webinar
Carpi, E. (2018) Empires of Inclusion?
Carpi, E. (2018) In conversation with the Kahkaha project in Lebanon: an effective example of a Southern-led initiative
Carpi, E. (2019) Thinking Power Relations across Humanitarian Geographies: Southism as a Mode of Analysis
Carpi, E. (2018) Does Faith-Based Aid Provision Always Localise Aid?
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