Rescheduled Event: Countering Islamophobia
Friday, February 12, 2016 at 3:00pm to 4:30pm
Georgetown University 3700 O Street Northwest, Intercultural Center Executive Conference Room (ICC 700), Washington, DC
The United States, Europe and many other parts of the world has seen a troubling rise in Islamophobia in both the political dialogue and civil society. Our panel will share their views on this development, and its impact on both democratic societies and the conduct of foreign policy. An open discussion and question and answer session will follow their remarks. Professor Bibbins Sedaca will facilitate the discussion.
Senior Policy Advisor to the U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations The United States Department of State
Jasmine El-Gamal Former Country Director for Syria and Lebanon Office of the Secretary of Defense for Policy
Rasheed Hamdan Master of Science in Foreign Service Candidate, 2016
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