International Perspective on Gulf Coast Evacuees

International Perspective on Gulf Coast Evacuees

Public and private relief organizations are trying to meet the immediate needs of thousands left homeless after hurricane Katrina. A panel of international relief experts weigh in on what longer term aid may be necessary and how it can be...

Public and private relief organizations are trying to meet the immediate needs of thousands left homeless after hurricane Katrina. A panel of international relief experts weigh in on what longer term aid may be necessary and how it can be delivered.

Guests

Kenneth Bacon

president of Refugees International

Gene Dewey

former Assistant Secretary of State for population, refugees, and migration

Hugh Parmer

president, American Refugee Committee

Anastasia Brown

director of refugee services, United States Conference of Catholic Bishops

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