In seven days time, The International Social Justice Commission will be hosting an online event on 29 and 30 January 2018 entitled the Global Interactive Summit on Refugees and Displaced Peoples. The event aims to mobilise Salvationists and other Christians to engage with one of the greatest humanitarian crises of our age – refugees and displaced peoples.
The summit will include six sessions across the two days at different times, broadcast on Facebook Live, enabling anyone from all around the world to participate in the discussion by commenting and asking questions in real time. The full list of session times and topics can be found on the ISJC website https://www.salvationarmy.org/isjc/refugee-summit-sessions. ;
Each session will include research, experience and reflections from Salvation Army officers and employees, other religious voices and refugees themselves. A full list of session speakers can be found here https://www.salvationarmy.org/isjc/refugee-summit-speakers.
If people are unable to watch live, all sessions will be available on the ISJC Facebook page as each session concludes.
All sessions will be broadcast live at facebook.com/salvationarmyisjc. All details about the event can be found at the Facebook event page https://www.facebook.com/events/317975852034669/and on the ISJC website http://www.salvationarmy.org/isjc/global-interactive-summit-on-refugees-and-displaced-peoples.