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Jehanne Henry And Dr Sara Abdelgalil Discuss Human Rights Advocacy

Human rights lawyer and author Jehanne Henry and Associate professor in paediatrics Dr Sara Abdelgalil discuss what is advocacy, why do we do it and what are the main components of an effective advocacy strategy. Jehanne discusses how advocacy is ‘more of an art than a scien

Jehanne Henry And Dr Sara Abdelgalil Discuss Human Rights Advocacy

Human rights lawyer and author Jehanne Henry and Associate professor in paediatrics Dr Sara Abdelgalil discuss what is advocacy, why do we do it and what are the main components of an effective advocacy strategy. Jehanne discusses how advocacy is ‘more of an art than a scien

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Aleese Gabir In Her Own Words
In this vlog Aleese, an honours student, filmmaker and creative director from Sydney, Australia talks about representation, what it means to her and why it’s important especially in her capacity as a second generation diasporan from Sudan.

Aleese Gabir In Her Own Words

In this vlog Aleese, an honours student, filmmaker and creative director from Sydney, Australia talks about representation, what it means to her and why it’s important especially in her capacity as a second generation diasporan from Sudan.
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Interview With Young Activist Lily
Latest podcast alert! When second-generation diasporas join student societies, it presents a great example of how youth can develop skills, create networks and most importantly advocate for their beliefs and their home country’s issues.

Interview With Young Activist Lily

Latest podcast alert! When second-generation diasporas join student societies, it presents a great example of how youth can develop skills, create networks and most importantly advocate for their beliefs and their home country’s issues.
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Why is advocacy so important?
Our latest podcast in the switchboard talks series features Hazem Rihawi, the Senior Programs Manager at one of our switchboard partners, the American Relief Coalition for Syria (ARCS), in conversation with Bara’ah, one of our technical leads.

Why is advocacy so important?

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Interview With Our Hackathon Winners!
Team Manara consisting of Sarah Mohammed, Wa’ad Adam and Maha Mohamed took the honours at our recent switchboard hackathon. Here they talk about the team, the process and what technology can mean to the diaspora, and how they intend to reinvest their winnings into further humanitarian causes.

Interview With Our Hackathon Winners!

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Interview With Our Hackathon 2nd Place Team!
The team consists of Mariam Alboushi and Mohammad Badia Alfathi who discussed how they came to know each other, their motivation for participating in the Hackathon and the thought behind the concept for their app.

Interview With Our Hackathon 2nd Place Team!

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Meet Mai Khidir
In the podcast she discusses her background, the development of AL Sudaniya, and how she connects with her Sudanese culture. 

Meet Mai Khidir

In the podcast she discusses her background, the development of AL Sudaniya, and how she connects with her Sudanese culture. 
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Meet Hussam Mahjoub
In the vlog he discusses his background as a telecommunications engineer, his Sudanese heritage and the motivation for establishing Sudan Bukra. 

Meet Hussam Mahjoub

In the vlog he discusses his background as a telecommunications engineer, his Sudanese heritage and the motivation for establishing Sudan Bukra. 
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Interview With Youry Vixamar
We had the pleasure of interviewing Haitian musician Youry Vixamar. We asked him about how he uses his music to remind people of home, his Haitian and musical background as well as delving deep into the meaning of his albums and songs.

Interview With Youry Vixamar

We had the pleasure of interviewing Haitian musician Youry Vixamar. We asked him about how he uses his music to remind people of home, his Haitian and musical background as well as delving deep into the meaning of his albums and songs.
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