Events

Webcasts

  • Webcast
    What We See: Stories from the Global Refugee Crisis

    Webcast: What We See: Stories from the Global Refugee Crisis

    Join a free webcast as Doctors Without Borders USA executive director Jason Cone, Doctors Without Borders aid workers, and the Mayor's Commissioner for Immigrant Affairs discuss about Forced From Home, the global refugee crisis, and its impact in New York City.
  • Webcast
    The Global Refugee Crisis: Humanitarian Needs and International Policy

    Webcast: The Global Refugee Crisis: Humanitarian Needs and International Policy

    Moderated by journalist Ann Curry, this panel discussion is held in conjunction with the Forced From Home exhibition. Doctors Without Borders USA executive director Jason Cone will be joined by the UN Special Adviser to the UN Summit on Refugees and Migrants, and International Rescue Committee for this high-level discussion about the global refugee crisis.
  • Webcast
    Reporting from the Frontlines of the Global Refugee Crisis

    Webcast: Reporting from the Frontlines of the Global Refugee Crisis

    Journalists, photojournalists, and Doctors Without Borders representatives will talk about telling the stories of people who’ve been forced from home in the largest displacement crisis the world has known since World War II. The panel will feature Deb Amos of NPR, photographer Brian Sokol, and Phil Zabriskie, editorial director of Doctors Without Borders USA.
  • Webcast
    Migrant or Refugee? Central America's Migration Reality

    Webcast: Migrant or Refugee? Central America's Migration Reality

    Join Doctors Without Borders executive director Jason Cone, Doctors Without Borders aid worker Sue Averill, and regional expert Mary Speck, for a discussion about the humanitarian crisis in Central America.
  • Webcast
    Meeting the Unique Medical Needs of Migrants and Refugees

    Webcast: Meeting the Unique Medical Needs of Migrants and Refugees

    Join Doctors Without Borders for an engaging discussion with Doctors Without Borders aid workers about the challenges of providing medical aid to displaced populations around the world.
  • Webcast
    The Global Refugee Crisis: Flight and Resettlement

    Webcast: The Global Refugee Crisis: Flight and Resettlement

    To discuss the realities and challenges of resettlement, the director of refugee resettlement for Pittsburgh’s Northern Area Multi Service Agency joins Doctors Without Borders USA executive director Jason Cone, and Sue Johnston, a veteran Doctors Without Borders aid worker. They will discuss the connections between Doctors Without Borders' work in the field and the people who’ve been resettled in the Pittsburgh area, issues mirrored in other communities throughout the US.

Past Events

  • Recruitment Information Session – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Recruitment Information Session – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    November 14 7:00-8:30PM (EDT)
    On Monday, November 14th, medical and non-medical professionals are invited to attend an evening presentation to learn more about joining Doctors Without Borders’ pool of dedicated aid workers.
  • Frontline Doctors: Winter Migrant Crisis

    Frontline Doctors: Winter Migrant Crisis

    November 10 7.30pm
    Join MSF for a screening of the BBC One documentary Frontline Doctors: Winter Migrant Crisis, followed by a Q&A with MSF aid workers experienced in the European refugee crisis.
  • Recruitment Information Session – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

    Recruitment Information Session – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

    November 1 6:30-8:00pm
    On Tuesday, November 1st, medical and non-medical professionals are invited to attend an evening presentation to learn more about joining Doctors Without Borders’ pool of dedicated aid workers.
  • The Global Refugee Crisis: Flight and Resettlement

    The Global Refugee Crisis: Flight and Resettlement

    October 26 7.30pm
    To discuss the realities and challenges of resettlement, the director of refugee resettlement for Pittsburgh’s Northern Area Multi Service Agency joins Doctors Without Borders USA executive director Jason Cone, and Sue Johnston, a veteran Doctors Without Borders aid worker. They will discuss the connections between Doctors Without Borders' work in the field and the people who’ve been resettled in the Pittsburgh area, issues mirrored in other communities throughout the US.
  • Recruitment Information Session – Boston, Massachusetts

    Recruitment Information Session – Boston, Massachusetts

    October 24 7:00-8:30PM
    On Monday, October 24th, medical and non-medical professionals are invited to attend an evening presentation to learn more about joining Doctors Without Borders’ pool of dedicated aid workers.
  • Meeting the Unique Medical Needs of Migrants and Refugees

    Meeting the Unique Medical Needs of Migrants and Refugees

    October 18 7:30pm
    Join Doctors Without Borders for an engaging discussion with Doctors Without Borders aid workers about the challenges of providing medical aid to displaced populations around the world.
  • Recruitment Information Session – Washington, DC

    Recruitment Information Session – Washington, DC

    October 13 7:00-8:30PM
    On Thursday, October 13th, medical and non-medical professionals are invited to attend an evening presentation to learn more about joining Doctors Without Borders’ pool of dedicated aid workers.
  • BostonTalks Investigates: Health Care for Refugee Women

    BostonTalks Investigates: Health Care for Refugee Women

    October 12 7:00 p.m.
    Join WGBH’s Beat the Press TV host, Emily Rooney (@EmilyRooneyWGBH) and experienced Doctors Without Borders aid workers for a discussion about the unique and pressing health challenges facing displaced women.
  • Migrant or Refugee? Central America's Migration Reality

    Migrant or Refugee? Central America's Migration Reality

    October 6 7.30pm
    Join Doctors Without Borders executive director Jason Cone, Doctors Without Borders aid worker Sue Averill, and regional expert Mary Speck, for a discussion about the humanitarian crisis in Central America.
  • Reporting from the Frontlines of the Global Refugee Crisis

    Reporting from the Frontlines of the Global Refugee Crisis

    October 3 2:00 p.m.
    Journalists, photojournalists, and Doctors Without Borders representatives will talk about telling the stories of people who’ve been forced from home in the largest displacement crisis the world has known since World War II. The panel will feature Deb Amos of NPR, photographer Brian Sokol, and Phil Zabriskie, editorial director of Doctors Without Borders USA.
  • Recruitment Information Session

    Recruitment Information Session

    September 29 7:00-8:30pm
    On Thursday, September 29th, medical and non-medical professionals are invited to attend an evening presentation to learn more about joining Doctors Without Borders’ pool of dedicated aid workers.
  • Recruitment Information Session

    Recruitment Information Session

    September 22 7:00-8:30pm
    On Thursday, September 22nd, medical and non-medical professionals are invited to attend an evening presentation to learn more about joining Doctors Without Borders’ pool of dedicated aid workers.
  • The Global Refugee Crisis: Humanitarian Needs and International Policy

    The Global Refugee Crisis: Humanitarian Needs and International Policy

    September 21 7:30 p.m.
    Moderated by journalist Ann Curry, this panel discussion is held in conjunction with the Forced From Home exhibition. Doctors Without Borders USA executive director Jason Cone will be joined by the UN Special Adviser to the UN Summit on Refugees and Migrants, and International Rescue Committee for this high-level discussion about the global refugee crisis.
  • What We See: Stories from the Global Refugee Crisis

    Panel: What We See: Stories from the Global Refugee Crisis

    September 13 7:30 p.m.
    Join Doctors Without Borders USA executive director Jason Cone, Doctors Without Borders aid workers, and the Mayor's Commissioner for Immigrant Affairs for a discussion about Forced From Home, the global refugee crisis, and its impact in New York City.