Berkeley Law faculty releases research in light of World Refugee Day

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To spread insight on the international refugee crisis, Berkeley Law faculty members imparted valuable research on World Refugee Day. Their research explores misconceptions about refugees, as well as the impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on migrants across the world.

UC Berkeley School of Law faculty released various research findings in light of World Refugee Day on June 20, reflecting on the current state of the refugee crisis internationally.
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Refugees serve up coffee in new Berkeley café

Ordering coffee along Berkeley’s campus is an everyday act for thousands. Though this upscale coffee shop at 2410 Channing Way, which opened Sunday, has a familiar menu and seating, its eight baristas from seven different countries set it apart.
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UC Berkeley students provide solar energy to Ugandans

What are you doing this summer? Taking a class online? Interning from 9 to 5? Traveling a little? This summer, the California-Renewable and Adaptive Energy, or CAL-RAE, team will be helping with the construction of a solar microgrid system in Uganda. UC Berkeley students Jalel Sager, Jonathan Lee and Austin Cappon
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