Final Product: “Bridging the gap in perception of core challenges faced by different communities (members of the refugee population and the Swedish residents) in the wake of the migrant “crisis” in Stockholm, and placing them in conversation with each other in real time through a working Human Library.” Kungsholmen, Gamla Stan, Södermalm, and Stockholm University (Stockholm, Sweden). 2016.
Rinzin Dorjee (class of 2017) grew up in India where he attended boarding schools before leaving for the UK and eventually the US to continue his education. At Duke, he is studying International Comparative Studies, Italian & European Studies, and Marketing & Management Studies, and is teaching Tibetan as a foreign language in partnership with UVA. He is currently affiliated with Duke International Association as the VP of marketing affairs, and McKinney, an ad agency in Durham where he works as a Project Management Mtern. During his Duke career, he has worked for The Chronicle, Hoof’n’Horn, The Standard, Vision for North Korea, The Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity and was a Global Human Rights Scholar (KIE).