Apr. 18, 2016
You are invited to attend a public forum
THE REFUGEE CRISIS:
Reports and Analysis from
Syria, Turkey and Greece
Greek Cultural Center of New York
2680 30th St., Ste B2, Astoria, New York
Thursday, April 21, 6:30pm
THE EVENT WILL BE LIVESTREAMED
The panel will discuss what is understood as "the refugee crisis" as it unfolds at the intersection of international politics and conflicting interests that meet in the Middle East, Turkey and Europe. See the Facebook event page
Adj. Assistant Professor of Sociology at The New York City College of Technology–CUNY and co-founder of AKNY-Greece Solidarity Movement.
Assistant Professor of sociology at Emerson College and co-founder of the "Global Campaign of Solidarity with the Syrian Revolution" which aims to shed light on grassroots resistance and everyday struggles in Syria.
Professor of Sociology at The New York City College of Technology-CUNY and author of Remaking Scarcity: From Capitalist Inefficiency to Economic Democracy (Pluto Press).
Journalist. He writes regularly for Arabic- and Syria-opposition websites and was a presenter for Syrian radio station Hawa Smart. He has worked for the Guardian, the Observer, BBC Radio 4 and international NGOs.
Open to the public. Admission Free.
** More Speakers to be confirmed
BY SUBWAY: Take the N Train to 30th Avenue
BY BUS: Take the M60 to Hoyt Avenue/31st Street (the first Astoria stop if you are coming from Manhattan.) Head northwest on Hoyt Ave S, Turn left onto 31st St, Turn right onto Astoria Blvd, Turn left onto 30th St, Destination will be on the right.