Lecture / Talk
Eman Khammas - IRAQI jOURNALIST & HUMAN RIGHTS ACTIVIST

Date/Time
March 18 (Saturday)7:30 pm
Location
Trinity United Methodist Church, 6512 23rd Ave NW
Sponsored by
The Collateral Repair Project, Trinity United Methodist Church, INOC (Interfaith Network of Concern for the People of Iraq)


Khammas is a journalist, translator and human rights activist who lives in Baghdad. She is a member of Women's Will, which defends women's rights outside of political party interests and opposing incarceration of women as hostages. Khammas publishes articles on the conditions in Iraq and documents human rights violations committed by US and Iraqi forces.

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Khammas is a journalist, translator and human rights activist who lives in Baghdad with her husband and two daughters. She is a member of the Women's Will organization, which focuses on defining and defending women's rights outside of political party interests and opposing incarceration of women as hostages. Khammas regularly publishes articles on the conditions in Iraq since the March 2003 invasion, and has documented human rights violations committed by US and Iraqi forces. She is also involved in mobilizing emergency relief (medicines, food and clothing) for victims of the war, especially women and children living in refugee camps.


Contact Person:
Sasha
Contact Ph. Number:
206 419 7957

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