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Java Café - Global Conversation: Love of Liberty, Love of Country - My Experience in the Egyptian Revolution

  • February 20, 2018
  • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Room 303 MSU International Center
Greater Lansing United Nations Association and the MSU African Studies Center
invite you to attend JAVA CAFÉ  GLOBAL CONVERSATION on 
Tuesday, February 20.   Program is 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. Doors open at 6:40 p.m.   Free. 

Room 303 MSU International Center 

Our February Java Café  Global Conversation is

"Love of Liberty, Love of Country - My Experience in the Egyptian Revolution “

Reem Fouad Mikhail will share her experience as she took part in the Egyptian Revolution ("on the wake of the Arab Spring.”) Come early to get your coffee, tea, or cocoa and cookies - and a seat.

Go to gluna.org to see full list of 2018 Java Café Global Conversations


Reem Fouad Mikhail

Reem Fouad Mikhail, from Egypt, is an international development consultant at Lattanzio SpA where she provides technical support to development projects in areas related to labor market and economic development. She is a former labor marker advisor and gender focal point for Deutsche Gasellschaft Fur Internationale Zusammenabeit (GIZ). Her major area of interest is economic development broadly, corporate social responsibility and policy interventions related to workforce development. Her ultimate goal is to initiate a corporate social responsibility project to develop the economy, workforce and downstream to help stabilize the country politically. Ms. Fouad Mikhail is at MSU as a Humphrey Fellow through April 2018.




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