AMI June Seminar 2

AMI invites you to join our monthly seminar.

Thursday 30 June
5.30pm (for a 6pm start); close at 7:30 pm
Room 10, Level 11, Building 80
RMIT University, 445 Swanston St

Speaker: Dr Anthony Ware, Senior Lecturer in International and Community Development from Deakin University will present his Perspectives on the Rakhine-“Rohingya” Buddhist-Muslim Conflict and Issues in Myanmar.

A question and answer session after the talk will be conducted, with representatives of the Rakhine and “Rohingya” communities being invited to participate in the discussion with the audience.

This event is open to AMI members and friends.
Free entry, but we ask for a gold coin donation at the door to help us continue our work.
RSVP essential for catering purposes.
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2 thoughts on “AMI June Seminar

  • libby Strain

    As a volunteer English teacher I have been involved in teaching & assisting a Rohingya family. I very much welcome the opportunity to learn something of the background to the conflict & gain an understanding of the current issues. I have mentioned your June seminar to two colleagues and hope you can confirm that we are able to attend this seminar at RMIT on June 30.
    With thanks for your assistance.
    Libby Strain

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