The CIRGH facilitates multi-stakeholder dialogues on immigrant, refugee, and global health issues, co-hosting forums with partners around the world and inviting speakers to NYC and Washington D.C. to share experience and insights. Among these efforts are development and support for the:

  • NYC Annual Symposium on Human and Rights and Global Health together with the Sorensen Center for International Peace and Justice of the CUNY Law School
  • International Roundtable on Health and Migration together with the Norwegian Center for Migrant and Minority Health: University of Oslo; the Danish Society for Migrant Health and the University of Copenhagen Department of Urban Studies, Malmö University Sweden and the Global Health Institute of the American University of Beirut.
  • Learning Network on Behavioral and Mental Health Service Strategies within immigrant serving community health centers together with FQHC and other partners.
  • The Implementation Science Collaborative (ISC) together with HEARD Project and other Partners to advance implementation science approaches addressing the needs of program implementers and policy makers seeking to improve maternal, newborn, and child health in low- and middle-income settings.