My Life as a Young Arab in the West

April 18, 3:00pm - 3:00pm
Mānoa Campus, Miller Hall 101, 2515 Campus Road Add to Calendar

Mr. Al-Hindawi will discuss his experiences of moving to Europe, having his asylum case rejected, and working with refugees in the humanitarian field; the talk is meant to challenge stereotypes about refugees and immigrants.

Ali Al-Hindawi is an Iraqi refugee who is currently working at the United Nations Office in Geneva, Switzerland. He has extensive training on Model UN, conflict management, human rights, and growing up in non-peaceful environments. He has conducted workshops and given seminars on interfaith harmony, global cultural diversity, and breast cancer.

Ticket Information
Free to the public

Event Sponsor
CTAHR/Family & Consumer Sciences Department, Mānoa Campus

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Andy Reilly, (808) 956-5061,, Fashion, Islam, and Freedom (PDF)

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