NBA Lectures

Dr. Mohammad Daw: “Violence Against Refugee Children”

19.05.2016, venue: Mondbasis, Lüneburg, during coraci – festival contre le racisme 2016

The lecture by the Syrian forensic doctor Dr. Mohammad Daw deals about recognition, treatment and prevention of violence against refugee children in their home countries, on their refuge and in refugee camps. Action strategies and best practices will be discussed with the audience. The lecture was held during coraci – Festival contre le racisme.

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Amin Aslan: “Vom Flüchten zum Ankommen – Das Brückenstudium als Perspektive für Geflüchtete”

05.02.2016, venue: Welcome & Learning Center, Lüneburg

Amin Aslan studiert an der Leuphana Universität Lüneburg im Brückenstudium. Er ist vor einem Jahr auf Afghanistan nach Deutschland geflüchtet. Ein Leben in seiner Heimat war für ihn nicht mehr vorstellbar. Am 5. Februar erzählte er im Rahmen der Reihe „Einwanderungsland Europa“ im Welcome and Learning Center Lüneburg seine Geschichte.

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Ismail Ismail: “Warum flüchte ich?”

03.03.2016, venue: Welcome & Learning Center, Lüneburg

Ismail Ismail stammt aus dem Ort Al Qamischli an der nord-östlichen Grenze Syriens zu der Türkei. Bevor er flüchtete, studierte er Medienwissenschaften an der kurdischen Salahaddin Universität im irakischen Erbil. Ismail Ismail erzählt in der Lecture im Rahmen der Veranstaltungsreihe “Einwanderungsland Europa: Wie begegnet Lüneburg der Welt?” über seine persönlichen Fluchtgründe.


 

Dr. Mohammad Daw: “Violence Against Refugee Women”

27.02.2016, venue: Kampnagel, Hamburg, during the International Conference of Refugees and Migrants 2016

The lecture by the Syrian forensic doctor Dr. Mohammad Daw deals about recognition, treatment and prevention of violence against refugee women in their home countries, on their refuge and in refugee camps. Action strategies and best practices will be discussed with the audience:
1: Violence in the context of refugees
2: Situations where sexual violence may occur
3. Practical guidelines on responding to incidents of violence especially sexual
4. Effects of violence especially sexual
5. Preventive measures involving refugees and refugee workers
6. Preventive measures involving information, education and training
7. Preventive measures involving the host Government


 

Zafar Ali Balutsch: “Baloch Population in Pakistan”

17.11.2015, venue: Leuphana University Lüneburg

Zafar Ali Balutsch informs the audience about the history and recent situation of Baloch people in Pakistan: “Balochistan is a mineral rich, scarcely populated, deprived, infrastructural backward, south-western province of Pakistan. Baloch people are currently fighting fifth armed struggle with Pakistan for their liberation since 1948. Pakistani armed forces have exploited all possible means- mostly illegal, inhuman and immoral- to thwart Baloch struggle. The government continued to loot rich mineral resources, leaving behind poor Balochistan in appalling financial condition. Continuing its policy to exploit, overwhelm and subjugate Baloch people, Pakistan is engaging China in Balochistan to construct China Pakistan Economic Corridor.”


 

Maher Alkadi: “Oriental Music”

05.06.2015, venue: Leuphana University Lüneburg, during lunatic festival 2015


 

Jean Ngendahimana: “Migration and International Relations in the Great Lakes Region of Africa”

30.05.2015, venue: Leuphana University Lüneburg, during coraci – festival contre le racisme 2015

Jean is a Rwandan journalist and activist in exile. In his lecture presented by No Border Academy he talks about migration and the international relations in african countries such as Rwanda, Uganda, Congo, Burundi and Tanzania.


 

Bashir Hritani: “Nutrition Science – Resigning Meat and other trends”

07.05.2015, venue: Leuphana University Lüneburg


 

Prof. Dr. Dagmar Bussiek: “German History after World War II: Strategies how to renew a destroyed society”

09.04.2015, venue: Heinrich-Heine-Haus, Lüneburg

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