Presented by Doctors Without Borders, Forced From Home is a free interactive exhibition designed to raise public awareness of the world’s 60 million refugees. With an experienced Doctors Without Borders aid worker as your guide, you’ll see, hear, and interact with images, stories, and materials gathered from refugee camps, rescue missions, and emergency medical projects around the world. During the one hour tour you’ll gain a deeper understanding of the challenges faced by those who have been forced from their homes, and the humanitarian solutions offered by Doctors Without Borders. Forced From Home is free, fully accessible, and open to the public. School field trips are welcome.
Important registration information
Registering in advance ensures that you will be able to tour the exhibit at your preferred time. If the tour time slot you want is marked SOLD OUT, you can still come and join the “walk-up” line. There are seven tours each hour and we’ll keep spaces open in each for walk-up attendees.
The Global Refugee Crisis: Flight and Resettlement
10.26.16 6:30-8:00pm (EST)
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 – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
11.1.16 6:30-8:00pm (EST)
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.
Frontline Doctors: Winter Migrant Crisis
11.10.16 7.30pm (EST)
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.