The Forum is reviving the Task Forces, which play an important role in the work the Forum does. Those wishing to participate as a task force volunteer should please write in to the Forum at firstname.lastname@example.org
TASK FORCES OF THE SAN DIEGO REFUGEE FORUM
What are San Diego Refugee Forum task forces, and how do they operate?
Task forces are groups of volunteers – members and other Forum participants – who have a common interest in a particular area of service. They meet on a regular basis to work toward advancing the cause they are serving. They document their activities, which the task force chair reports on at monthly general meetings.
The Forum has had six task forces in the past; Education has been added. Here is a restatement of their aims, which will be refined by the task force members:
World Refugee Day
This is a special task force formed every year to organize the Forum’s World Refugee Day Celebration in June. Its members meet from March through June to plan the venue, the program, the participants, the budget, etc. and coordinate with all parties to produce and carry out this event. This group is made up of three or more volunteers from among Forum members and participants.
Task Force Meetings