Tagged ‘panel’

CAIR-Chicago civil rights team participate in NLADA Conference

Kevin Vodak and Rabya Khan participated in a discussion panel at the NLADA conference Friday and spoke about community awareness and how to successfully meet the legal needs of low income Americans and some of their challenges.

Kevin Vodak and Rabya Khan participate in NLADA Conference

Litigation Director Kevin Vodak and Staff Attorney Rabya Khan will participate in a panel called “Strategic Advocacy for Muslim and Immigrant Communities with Law Enforcement” at the National Legal Aid and Defender Association (NLADA) Conference on Friday December 7.

Ahmed Rehab participates in panel on Arab Spring at DePaul University

On Tuesday, October 30 CAIR-Chicago Executive Director Ahmed Rehab came to DePaul University to speak on a panel titled, “What is the Next Season After the Arab Spring?”

Rabya Khan speaks at 2012 Asian American and Pacific Islander Advancing Justice Conference

On Friday, September 28th, 2012 Rabya Khan, CAIR-Chicago’s Staff Attorney, was one of the distinguished panelist for the afternoon plenary at the 2012 Asian American and Pacific Islander Advancing Justice Conference.

Ahmed Rehab Speaks at Independent Sector Convention

CAIR-Chicago’s Executive Director, Ahmed Rehab, was one of the key speakers at this year’s prestigious Independent Sector Annual Conference held at the Fairmont Hotel in Chicago from October 30th to November 1st.

Ahmed Rehab Speaks on Interfaith Panel at Orland Park Church

CAIR-Chicago’s Executive Director Ahmed Rehab spoke on an interfaith panel at St. Michael Parish church in Orland Park on September 18th. The event, entitled “Extremism and Violence in the Name of Religion,” featured Christian, Muslim, and Jewish speakers.

State of Surveillance – Northwestern University Panel

Event: Panel on Chicago Area Surveillance Issues, June 6, 2009

Gov. Affairs Coordinator to Join “Public Policy and Governance” Panel

CAIR-Chicago Government Affairs Coordinator Reema Ahmad will be speaking on a panel at a workshop titled “Public Policy and Governance” at the Community Builders Chicago 4th Annual Convention on Memorial Day. The theme of this year’s convention is “The Evolving Role of Mosques in America,” with workshops focusing on empowering the Muslim community and networking within the larger society.

CAIR-Chicago Volunteer Attorney to Speak on Civil Liberties Panel

What: “The Current Threat to Civil Liberties”

CAIR-Chicago Co-Sponsoring Civil Rights Panel Discussion

In the United States today, we are witnessing the gradual deterioration of the legal rights, civil liberties and humane policies for which our government once stood. In response to terrorist threats, security on all levels is expanding along with concerns over the reach of new security techniques and mechanisms.