The Importance of Arab Women and Their Pioneering Role in Society

07 December 2018

Location: Herringham Hall, Regent's University London

Join us for the International Open Seminars Series 2018/19 in collaboration with London Arabia Organization. The event will have renowned panellists and speakers from the Middle East addressing the aspiration of Arab women in building their societies.  


17:30 Arrivals and Registration

18:00-19:30 The Importance of Arab Women and Their Pioneering Role in Society. 

Speaker biographies:

Sheikha Intisar Salem Al Ali Al Sabah, Kuwait is the founder and editorial director of Lulua Publishing and the Founder of Alnowair positivity initiative. She is also a member of the consultative board of the United Nations Development Programme bureau in Kuwait, a columnist at Al Qabas Newspaper.

Hala Kazim is a certified counsellor and coach from the City University, London, UK and is also certified in Neurolinguistic Programming as a coach and practitioner from the American board NLP, London, UK

Baria Alamuddin is an award-winning journalist and broadcaster in the Middle East and the UK. She is editor of the Media Services Syndicate and has interviewed numerous heads of state.

With special guests, the Hubb Community Kitchen.

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