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Flagler Forum: Nahal Toosi Focuses on the Rohingya Crisis

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The sheer number of people and the limited infrastructure have led to filthy conditions in the camps. There is almost no privacy. Image by Szymon Barylski. Bangladesh, 2018.

The sheer number of people and the limited infrastructure have led to filthy conditions in the camps of the Rohingya refugees. There is almost no privacy. Image by Szymon Barylski. Bangladesh, 2018.

Tuesday, September 11, 2018 - 7:00PM
Flagler College
Lewis Auditorium, 14 Granada Street
St. Augustine, FL 32084
United States

Politico foreign affairs correspondent Nahal Toosi participates in the 2018-2019 Flagler Forum on Government and Public Policy on September 11, 2018, speaking on "The Rohingya Crisis: Lessons and Laments."

Toosi plans to bring her Pulitzer Center-supported reporting on the U.S. response and policy decisions to the Rohingya crisis forward with updates from her more recent reporting.

Toosi's participation in the Forum is part of her two-day visit to Flagler College, one of the Pulitzer Center's Campus Consortium partners. During her time on campus, she also plans to meet with students and faculty during several Question & Answer sessions as well as informal conversations. 

At Politico, Toosi writes about foreign policy and national security, particularly the political challenges posed to the United States by the global migration crisis. Before joining Politico, Toosi worked for The Associated Press and the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, where she covered higher education, migration and refugee issues, and has reported from placements across the globe.

The Flagler Forum lecture is free and open to the public.