Thursday, March 6, 2014, 12:00 noon.

Harvard Law School, Lewis International Law Center, Room 214A.  (Directions).

Sponsored by the Harvard Law School Library and co-sponsored by the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, Harvard University and the Institute for Global Law & Policy, Harvard Law School.

The Harvard Law School Library hosted a book talk and panel discussion in honor of International Women’s Day and in celebration of Luise Druke’s recently published book, Innovations in Refugee Protection:  A Compendium of UNHCR’s 60 Years Including Case Studies on IT Communities, Vietnamese Boatpeople, Chilean Exile, and Namibian Repatriation.

Dr. Luise Druke is a Fellow at the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative (HHI) and Visiting Scholar at Harvard Law School (IGLP). She serves as Co-Chair for UN Studies at Suffolk University (Government Department) and is a Part-time Lecturer at Leibniz University (Political Science Department). Having headed UNHCR international missions for nearly 30 years, she has authored and has co-edited many other refugee, United Nations and European Union related publications.

Book talk panelists included Professor David Kennedy, Manley O. Hudson Professor of Law and Faculty Director of the Institute for Global Law & Policy, HLS, Jonathan Moore, former U.S. Refugee Coordinator, U.S. State Department, Christianne Lemke, Max Weber Chair for German & European Politics, N.Y.U., and Lily Axelrod, 2L and Clinical Student, Harvard Immigration and Refugee Clinic, HLS.