Upcoming Events

Global to Local Luncheon: Identifying the Unique Needs of LQBTQ Asylum Seekers

Date/Time:
Monday, Nov. 5, 2018, 12:15 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. Add to my calendar

Location:
684 Baldy & remotely through goToMeeting, North Campus

Cost:
Free

Sponsor:
Global Interest Group

Presenter:
Temitope Oke, MSW, PhD Student, UBSSW

Contact:
Teresa Watson (teresawa@buffalo.edu)

The Global to Local Speaker Series are monthly 1-hour luncheons that highlight global topics through presentations by expert speakers. These events are free and open to the public. They are also available to watch live via goToMeeting at: https://www.gotomeet.me/inSocialWork
Access Code: 162-685-637

Asylum seekers in the US present with needs that many Social Work agencies have attempted to address. However, the LGBTQ population has a specific set of their own needs that many organizations and social workers are not educated on. Temitope Oke, MSW, will help us learn more about how to meet clients where they are: at the intersection of these populations.