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A Roundtable Discussion with Sameer Jarrah

May 8, 2007
The Center for Contemporary Arab Studies at Georgetown University sponsored a roundtable discussion featuring Sameer Jarrah on May 8, 2007. The discussion focused on issues of civil society in the Arab world, particularly in Jordan. The founder of the Arab World Center for Democracy, Development, and Human Rights and the Todd G. Patkin Fellow in Arab Democracy and Development at the Saban Center for Middle East Policy at the Brookings Institute, Mr. Jarrah discussed his experiences in dealing with human rights advocacy and training in the Middle East.