Jennifer Quigley

Human Rights First

Guest

Advocacy Strategist on Refugee Protection for Human Rights First; former Advocacy Coordinator for the US Campaign for Burma

Jennifer Quigley on KCRW

More than a million refugees crowded into Europe last year, and Germany made a deal with Turkey to help reduce the flow.

Is the US Taking its Fair Share of International Refugees?

More than a million refugees crowded into Europe last year, and Germany made a deal with Turkey to help reduce the flow.

from To the Point

On his way to the Asian Summit in Bali, President Obama spoke by phone yesterday with  Aung San Suu Kyi , the Nobel-Prize-winning opposition leader in Burma, or Myanmar.

Myanmar's Suu Kyi Rejoins Political Arena

On his way to the Asian Summit in Bali, President Obama spoke by phone yesterday with Aung San Suu Kyi , the Nobel-Prize-winning opposition leader in Burma, or Myanmar.

from To the Point

In the aftermath of Saturday's cyclone in Myanmar, the official estimates of the death toll have risen to 50,000 with two to three million additional people now homeless.

Relief Efforts Continue in Myanmar

In the aftermath of Saturday's cyclone in Myanmar, the official estimates of the death toll have risen to 50,000 with two to three million additional people now homeless.

from To the Point

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