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June 24, 2022time of reading 3:30 minutes

ENCOUNTERS EIGHT ISSUE

Sofia, a health care worker, wife, mother, immigrant, recalls her experiences migrating to the United States from Brazil as an undocumented migrant. After facing hardship, peril, and prejudice, she has created a life for herself through caring for others, and after 10 years, has finally been able to obtain citizenship.

Text and interview by the student Jacqueline Glago of International Scholar Program (ISPI)

June 23, 2022Listening time 30:50 minutes

ENCOUNTERS SEVENTH ISSUE

On this new issue of Encounters, with Prof. Desierto, we explore the challenging balance between hard and soft power, with respect to states and international organizations.

Text and interview by the student Catharina Brunner Lopez of International Scholar Program (ISPI)

June 22, 2022Listening time 22:11 minutes

ENCOUNTERS SIXTH ISSUE

odcast with Prof. Clemens:
The first episode of the podcast discusses the implications of the refugee crisis with regards to human dignity.

Text and interview by the student Catharina Brunner Lopez of International Scholar Program (ISPI)

June 15, 2022

Encounters: the importance of witnessing.

In my research work at the Kellogg Institute for International Studies I have had the pleasure of working with dozens of brilliant and eager to learn students. Some of them are part of the International Scholar Program (ISPI) whose purpose is to support the research work of the institute and of the professors in their particular research projects.
Here in Encounters we present some contributions by Jacqueline Glago and Catharina Brunner Lopez who, thanks to the ISP program, have contributed to Human Lines with translations, editing and stories.

March 25, 2022time of vision 4:00 minutes

ENCOUNTERS FIFTH ISSUE

Nyein Chan, one of the leaders of the Catholic Charities of the diocese of Forth Wayne / South Bend,
when he was still a young university student he would never have imagined what paths he would have to face during his life ..

Text and interview by the students Grant Otte and Natalie Armbuster, of the Refugee Policy lab course
taught by Professor Ilaria Schnyder at the University of Notre Dame (US).

February 28, 2022time of vision 5:30 minutes

ENCOUNTERS FOURTH ISSUE

Since 1999, the year of his arrival from Burma, he has put all his efforts into helping other refugees like him.
Ko Strong is every bit what his surname suggests..

Text and interview by the students Mariana Grandmont and Lucie Kneip of the Refugee Policy lab course
taught by Professor Ilaria Schnyder at the University of Notre Dame (US).

January 04, 2022time of vision 7:00 minutes

ENCOUNTERS THIRD ISSUE

Andrea Cramer is the founder of Neighbor to Neighbor, a local organization that supports St. Joe county’s refugee and immigrant population.
Know her story..

Text and interview by the students Andrea Romero and Aidee Barajas, of the Refugee Policy lab course
taught by Professor Ilaria Schnyder at the University of Notre Dame (US).

December 11, 2021time of vision 4:00 minutes

ENCOUNTERS SECOND ISSUE

Cho Too, a refugee, who arrived from Burma in 1988, has been at the forefront for more than thirty years
to help, those like him, who have had to face the many and often disheartening problems related to integration into American society


Text and interview by Grant Otte and Natalie Armbuster

November 17, 2021time of vision 4:00 minutes

ENCOUNTERS FIRST ISSUE

Let's to know the story of Muguleta Haybano through his direct telling of the challenges he had to face in order to integrate into American society and what his desire is, once he graduated from the master's degree.

Interview by Abigail Helme and Theresa Salazar

October 23, 2021

WHY ENCOUNTERS?

Encounters will be a space dedicated to projects by students and teachers, grappling with the direct experience of the encounter and the story of the "other".

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