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REGISTER NOW: The Seventh Yemen Exchange – An Intensive Online Course on Yemen, April 19-30

Our non-profit Exchange Foundation is once again partnering with the Sanaa Center to offer the 7th iteration of The Yemen Exchange, April 19-30. The program will be conducted via Zoom Monday-Friday, starting at 16:00 Sana’a time/09:00 EST. Five scholarships are also available! View the Agenda and apply via:

https://sanaacenter.org/event/the-seven-yemen-exchange

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The Seventh Yemen Exchange is an intensive online version of the Yemen Exchange organized by the Sana’a Center and The Exchange Foundation since 2017. The course is designed to provide unique access to information, perspectives, updates and analyses on Yemen for those seeking to develop a working background knowledge of the country as well as those already thoroughly versed in its dynamics.

The 10-day program will be conducted via Zoom Monday-Friday, starting at 16:00 Sana’a time/09:00 EST each day. Participants from around the world will attend sessions with Yemeni analysts, academics, politicians, bureaucrats, business leaders and international experts, gaining insight into the country from a wide range of perspectives. Participants will have the chance both to virtually engage with speakers during the sessions and to connect with them individually after the Exchange. The sessions – totaling more than 30 hours – will dive into several specific areas, including but not limited to: Yemen’s multifaceted conflicts; the country’s socio-political dynamics; internal divisions and alliances among parties to the conflict; the possibility of southern secession; military and political developments on the ground; the status of various armed groups; the regional battle for Yemen; the humanitarian and economic crisis in the country; the UN-led peace process; and impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Written by nickbiddlenoe

March 14, 2021 at 12:40 pm

Posted in Uncategorized

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