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March 27, 2013 | Issue 22
United States Institute of Peace
Daisy Khan with Mariam Nawabi
February 20, 2013 - Daisy Khan took part in a panel discussion on "Engaging Men in Women’s Rights and Empowerment" at the United States Institute of Peace as part of a discussion of the Lessons Learned Working Group convened by USIP's Gender and Peacebuilding Center of Innovation. The group looks at lessons learned from programs designed to support women in Iraq and Afghanistan. The panel discussion was the second focusing on engaging men. More.

James Baker Institute - Houston
Arab Awakening Gender Conference
Daisy Khan with Judge Kholoud (Palestine), Neveen El Tahri (Egypt), Malika Benradi (Morocco), Nabila Hamza (Tunisia)
February 21, 2013 - Daisy Khan moderated a panel discussion on Opportunities and Challenges for Women in the Arab World at The Arab Awakening Gender Conference, hosted at Rice University's James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy, sponsored by Kelly Day Endowment. More.
Volunteer Corner
Silke Vandenbroeck and Josje Pot

"We are Silke Vandenbroeck and Josje Pot, students of Cultural Anthropology at Utrecht University, the Netherlands. For our bachelor thesis, we are researching how the American media influences the identity of young adult Muslims in NYC. Volunteering for ASMA provides us with insightful information regarding this topic. Together with Daisy Khan, executive director of ASMA, we are also composing a report about the negative depiction of Muslims in the media."
Twitterati: Daisy Khan

February 8, 2013 - Listen to Daisy Khan's conversation on ABC Australia National Radio on Twitter trends in re-tweeting. Click here.
Interfaith Seder at Brotherhood Synagogue
Sabeeha Rehman with Rabbi Daniel Alder and Cantor Michael Weiss
March 13, 2013.  As all faiths came together to commemorate the exodus, Sabeeha Rehman related the story of Prophet Muhammad’s Hijra (emigration) from Mecca to Medina, and closed by reading Quranic verses on the exodus of Moses and his followers.  For many in the gathering, it was the first time they heard quranic verses about Moses – and was a unifying moment.   We are thankful to the Brotherhood Synagogue for making this happen.
Upcoming Event
Women for Afghan Women 2013 Gala

Gala Committee member Daisy Khan invites you to join the Women for Afghan Women 2013 Gala on Thursday, May 30, 2013, honoring former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and featuring keynote speak Fawzia Koofi. Event information and RSVP.
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