Kashmir: History, Context, and Consequences presentation on March 20th
CAIR-Chicago is proud to co-sponsor Kashmir: History, Context, and Consequences. The Kashmir conflict has been on the world's conscience for over six decades. The conflict, which started out as a political justice issue, devolved into a human rights morass over time, especially in the last 2 decades. At the same time, this issue has been one of the 2 major sources of what has been euphemistically labeled as the Muslim angst. There are national security implications for the US as well, as the road to peace in Afghanistan is widely believed to go through Kashmir. WHAT: The Kashmir Issue - the Conflict's History, Human Rights Abuses, and Why It Matters to the US WHEN: Tuesday, March 20th, 6:00pm WHERE: CAIR-Chicago Gallery 28 E. Jackson, Blvd., Suite 1700 WHO: K. Rizwan Kadir is a senior management consultant to Fortune 100 companies in the areas of strategic planning, governance, and financial management. Rizwan speaks on financial, international, and inter-faith topics at professional forums and has been interviewed by the Washington Post, MSNBC, Religion News Service, International Press Club of Chicago, Voice of America, and the local media, among others.
SPONSORED BY: The University of Chicago Kashmir Society, CAIR-Chicago
RSVP REQUIRED (limited seating) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
This presentation is part of a series of events by The University of Chicago Kashmir Society, which is raising awareness of this complex issue, and in a true University of Chicago tradition, seeking solutions for different aspects of this conflict.