On the sidelines of its first report (Forgotten Crime) on the reality of education in Yemen, the American Center for Justice (ACJ) is holding a symposium to review the grave violations of education in Yemen from 2014 to the end of 2020.
Date: 30 May 2021
Time: 2:00 noon New York Time – 9pm at Sana’a Time
Moderated by Lawyer and Rights Activist/Ms. Huda Al-Sariri – President of a Defence Foundation for Rights and Freedoms.
1) Mr. Abdulrahman Berman – Lawyer and Rights Activist – President of the American Center for Justice (ACJ)
Report Review (10 minutes)
2) Professor Abdalbaki Shamsan, Professor of Political Sociology, University of Sana’a. Change of curricula on doctrinal and sectarian grounds and implications for the social fabric and future of Yemen (10 minutes)
3) Mr. Hossein al-Khulani – Secretary-General of the Yemeni Teachers’ Union, violations of teachers during the war and their implications for the educational process
4) – Mr. Mohamed Al-Qadli – Yemeni writer and politician, using schools to recruit and place children on the front of the fighting (10 minutes)
Via Zoom platform on the link:
And will be broadcast through the Centre’s Facebook page: