Root Causes of Forced Migration Series Round-Up

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Root Causes of Forced Migration Series Round-Up

Thank you to everyone for joining us for our 3-part webinar series on the Root Causes of Forced Migration. We are incredibly grateful to the speakers, moderators, and endorsers of this series.

The purpose of this series is to combat the neoliberal narratives and co-optation of the root causes that are forcing people around the world to migrate from their homelands. It is also meant to bridge the struggles of movements since many of them are connected to these root causes (i.e. gender-based violence, climate change, privatization, etc.), including across NLG Committee work. 

Below are links to transcripts, recorded webinars, and ways to support the organizations who were involved in making this series happen. We highly encourage you to find ways to engage with the work of these organizations as well as the work of the NLG Committees so that we can remain committed to fighting against the acceleration of root causes of forced migration.

If you are interested in participating with related committees, you can find descriptions and contact information at the links here: 

To become a member of the NLG-SFBA, you can sign-up here!

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1) Neoliberalism, Imperialism, & Militarization

Here is the recording of our powerful panel on Neoliberalism, Imperialism, and Militarization.

These are the websites, contact information, and powerful resources/campaigns from our amazing panelists: 

This panel was endorsed by these amazing organizations: Arab Resource Organizing CenterHaiti Action Committee; SOA WatchBAYAN-USAProject SouthFreedom For ImmigrantsCenter for Political EducationNLG International Committee

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2) Climate Change, Food Production, and Environmental Disaster

Here is the recording of our powerful panel on Climate Change, Food Production, and Environmental Disaster. 

Also, here is the transcript of the webinar.

These are the websites, contact information, and powerful resources/campaigns from our amazing panelists: 

This panel was endorsed by these amazing organizations: Arab Resource Organizing CenterSOA WatchHaiti Action CommitteeBAYAN-USAProject SouthNLG International CommitteeSHARE El Salvador FoundationFreedom For Immigrants; Center for Political EducationWitness at the Border/Testigos en la FronteraLa Geografia de la Paz (GeoPaz)International Tribunal of Conscience of Peoples MovementBerkeley’s Law Center on Comparative Equality & Anti-Discrimination Law Immigrant Justice & Climate RefugeesCommittee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador

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3) Gender-Based Violence & Justice

Here is the recording of our powerful panel on Gender-Based Violence & Justice.

Also, here is the transcript of the webinar.

These are the websites, contact information, and powerful resources/campaigns from our amazing panelists: 

This panel was endorsed by these amazing organizations: Arab Resource Organizing CenterSOA Watch Haiti Action CommitteeBAYAN-USAProject SouthNLG International CommitteeFreedom For ImmigrantsCenter for Political EducationVisibiliTCentro Legal De La RazaCenter for Refugee & Gender Studies at UC HastingsCommittee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador

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