Arabs Question U.S. Role in ‘Arab Spring’, Effective Aid & Progressive Islam vs Increased Regional Militarization, Drone Victims & Al-Qaida Expansion
Tues. May 15, 9:00 a.m.
WASHINGTON, May 14, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The following event was announced by Peoples MEDIA Center, Inc.
WHAT: A Press Conference ----- Arabs Question U.S. on "Arab Spring" "Ongoing changes in the Arab region necessitate the revision of various areas of the United States. foreign policy towards the region in several areas." WHEN: Tuesday May 15, 2012, 9-11 a.m. ----- WHERE: National Press Club, 14th St. NW, 13th Floor, Zenger room -Washington, DC 20045 ------ *photo ops & individual interviews, TV/radio please RSVP *The Arab NGO Network for Development (http://www.annd.org) --founded in 1997, is a regional network operating today in 11 Arab countries with 7 national networks and 23 NGO members, focusing on economic and social WHO: policies and rights in the Arab region. ---- ANND DELEGATES *Hanaa' Edward Iraqi Al-Amal Association` *Izza-Deen El Asbahi Yemen - Human Rights Information and Training Center *Salah Al Jourchi Tunisia - Researcher and Political Analyst Coordinator of the Civic Constitutional Commission - Al Jahez Center, co-founder of Progressive Islamic Group *Saad Felali Meknassi Morocco - Transparency *Abdel Nabi Al Ekry Bahrain - Transparency Association *Nada Alwadi Bahrain Press Association *Allam Jarar Palestinian NGO Network *Magdy Abdel Hamid Egypt - Egyptian Association for Civic Engagement *Ossama Safa Lebanese Association for Electoral Reform *Ziad Abdel Samad Lebanon - ANND executive director *Mohamad Ali Loutfy Lebanese Physically Handicapped Union *Kinda Mohamadieh Lebanon - ANND visit coordinator, economist
OTHER ANND DELEGATION PUBLIC EVENTS
– Wednesday, May 16, 3:30-5:00 p.m.
American University panel on “the Role of Civic Society in the Arab Revolutions“
co-sponsored by A.U. School of International Service-Center for Peace Building and Development
– Friday, 5/18, 6:30 p.m.
Columbia Rd. Festival Center Arab/D.C. civic society dialogue
co-sponsored by Peoples MEDIA Center
SOURCE The Arab NGO Network for Development