United Nations Association of Greater Boston

invites you to: 

YPIC on Tap: Egypt  

   

Join YPIC (Young Professionals for International Cooperation) for an informal discussion on current international affairs over drinks.  This month's focus will be on the recent protests in Egypt and the role of social media, and what the protests mean for US/Egyptian relations in the future.   

 

Mohammad Agwa*, the Boston area Chair for University of Phoenix, will help guide the conversation and answer questions. 

 

 RSVP Today!

 

 Don't miss the opportunity to join in on this timely conversation and meet other globally-minded young professionals in Boston!   

 

 

Cairo

  Date: Tuesday, February 15th

 
Time: 6:00 PM

 

Location: Kennedy's Midtown 

                 42 Province Street, Boston

  

Cost of Event:  FREE

 

Invite your friends to attend!  

 

 

To prepare for tomorrow night's discussion,  

we recommend the following articles to give background/context: 

 

 What After Egypt's Youth Revolution?

 

Egypt and the Region: The Long Standoff

 

Timeline of the Protests

 

Global Voices Online: Egypt Revolution 2011

 


 

*Dr. Agwa's Bio:

Mohammad M. Agwa is an American from Egypt.  Educated at the Warsaw School of Economics in Poland, Agwa earned a Ph.D. in the areas of International Economics.  He also holds Masters in development economics, Finance, Management Sciences, and Hotel Management.  His career has spanned 30+ years during which he worked overseas for various consulting houses, and conducted several research, assessment, and analysis on the effects of privatization, and economic reform programs funded by international financial institutions on developing world. He has taught various courses overseas and at U.S.universities on general studies, political economy, business administration, global management, project management, operations, finance, and economics.  

 

Questions about the event? Email: info@unagb.org 

   

 

 
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