Arab Diaspora Conference 2020: Reclaiming the Public Narrative, Voices of the Middle East
When: Monday, February 24, 2019; 8:45am – 6:00pm
Where: University of Ottawa, FSS 4007
This conference will bring together around 30 Middle East and North Africa human rights and democracy defenders. Panels will include participants from the public sector, academia, civil society and activist communities in Canada and will cover topics such as the political and human rights in the Middle East, socio-political mobilization initiatives and community organizing.
Panel Information (please note that this is still preliminary and subject to change)
- An Assessment of the Political Situation in MENA
- Forming the Narrative on the Human Rights Situation in MENA and the Role of the Diaspora
- Understanding the role of the International Actors and International Policies towards Human Rights and Democracy Defenders
- The Impact of Diaspora advocacy on International actors decisions
This event is organized by the Joint Chair in Women’s Studies, University of Ottawa and Carleton University in partnership with the Zajel Institute for Justice and Liberty, and the Human Rights Research and Education Centre (HRREC)
Please note that there will be photos and video taken at this event.
Registration for this event is now closed