8 Dec | Human Rights for a Future
Imagine having only 8 hours of electricity a day, not being able to drink water from the tap and saying goodbye to your children every night as if for the last time. Meet Mohammed, one of our guest speakers and a human-rights activist from Gaza.
Together with Fawaz from Syria he will discuss Human Rights issues in detail with the public. This talk will be moderated by Jan Reinder Rosing. Issues will be the freedom of movement, self-dermination and the use of their mother tongue in their countries? How challenging is it to try to improve these rights and how we -as individual and as a country- can help to improve these complicated situations?
Mohammed is a human-rights activist from Gaza. He is working for a Israelian NGO dedicated to defend the human rights of Palestinians living in Gaza. At present he is Shelter-City guest in Deventer.
Fawaz Ahmed is from Syria. He studied political science and worked on several projects focussing on the situation of refugees from Syria. At present he is studying NT2 at Saxion and Conflict Resolutions/Peacebuilding at Leiden University.
This talk will be moderated by
Jan Reinder Rosing (Organization advisor BUZA – Owner Project Wijsheid)
In case of Human Rights Day 2021
I.c.w. Shelter-city Deventer - Minor Algemene Ontwikkeling & Minor Intercultureel Werken & Diversity Office & Students Minor Global Citizenship (Jennifer Rekers, Pien Engelbertink and Andrei Lidzheiv)
Link to Livecast
Wednesday 8 December 2021
16:00 - 17:15 | Theatre D0.07 |
Saxion Deventer | conducted in English
Theaterzaal D007, Handelskade 75, Deventer
- Datum en tijd
8 december 2021 - 16:00 tot 17:00