Four representatives from the private and public sector will discuss cooperative arrangements between the U.S. government and religious organizations, looking specifically at refugee aid and resettlement. They will discuss the scope of their partnership, as well as the legality and social utility of such cooperation. The panel will be comprised of:
Barbara Day, Chief, Domestic Resettlement, U.S. Department of State
Sharon Eubank, Director, LDS Charities and Humanitarian Services
Michael Kessler, Managing Director, Georgetown Univ. Berkeley Center
Anwar Khan, Chief Executive Officer, Islamic Relief
Kathleen Flake, Bushman Professor of Mormon Studies, as moderator
Questions will be invited from the audience.