Vortrag von Frau Leny Chemali im Rahmen des Studienganges MA Kulturelle Beziehungen und Migration am Mittwoch, den 31. Januar 2018 von 18:00 bis 19:30 Uhr.
Zum Vortrag: The organisation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent, being neutral and impartial, welcomes anyone wishing to volunteer regardless of gender, nationality, race, religion, class or political opinions. My study digs into whether an individual has the opportunities to engage in a voluntary mission with the National Societies of the Red Cross as an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT). The study thus looks to explore if the sociocultural context of an area plays a role in influencing people's decision to volunteer with the Red Cross, thus privileging some and discriminating others.
Leny Chemali is a landscape designer in eco-management and agriculture engineer (American University of Beirut). She graduated from Alice Salomon Hochschule Berlin with an M.A. in 'Intercultural Conflict Management“. She worked as a volunteer paramedic at the Lebanese Red Cross and managed projects in Lebanon with different International NGOs (UNHCR, AVSI foundation and the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC)).
Ort: Sigmund Freud PrivatUniversität Berlin; Campus Tempelhof, Columbiadamm 10, Turm 9; 12101 Berlin – Tempelhof