FEB 8 - Human Rights, Democracy and the Arab Spring

As part of the Common Law Speakers Series,
the Human Rights Research and Education Centre presents:

Human Rights, Democracy and the Arab Spring

Wednesday, February 8, 2017
11:30 a.m. to 12:50 p.m.
Fauteux Hall, FTX351
(57 Louis Pasteur, uOttawa)

The lunch is included - All are welcome.
This event will be presented in English only.


Speaker:

  • Fadi ELHUSSEINI, Ph.D. | Political and Media Advisor & an Advisory Board Member of the New Arab Foundation

Fadi Elhusseini is a political and media advisor and an advisory board member of the New Arab Foundation. He holds a PhD in International Relations (Turkey and the Arab World) from the University of Sunderland in Britain and he is an associate fellow researcher (ESRC) at the Institute for Middle East Studies Canada. He received his Master’s degree in International Commercial Laws and Policies from Italy and earned his Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Political Science from Egypt. He contributed with one chapter in a book entitled The Turkish Foreign Policy in the New Millennium and published a number of academic articles and papers. Elhusseini is a contributing writer for a number of magazines and journals.


*The Human Rights Research and Education Centre may take pictures at this event for use on the website.


Human Rights, Democracy and the Arab Spring | Droits de la personne, démocracie et le Printemps Arabe
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