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In Committee from the Senate of Canada - Human Rights - April 23, 2015


Senators examine how the mandates and practices of the UNHCR and UNICEF have evolved to address the needs of displaced children in modern conflict situations, with particular attention to the current crisis in Syria. Maggie Black (UNICEF Historian), Dr. Martin Barber (honorary fellow, University of Edinburgh and former director, United Nations Mine Action Service) along with Zaid Al-Rawni (CEO) of Islamic Relief Canada testify.
(April 23, 2015)


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