New York University’s Dialogues: Islamic World-U.S.-The West will host a panel discussion”American Muslim Communities: Security Risk or Source of Hope?”on Wed., March 22, 6:30-8:30 p.m. at Jurow Lecture Hall in NYU’s Silver Center for Arts and Sciences (100 Washington Square East at Washington Place). Panelists will include: Daniel Sutherland, officer for civil rights and civil liberties at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security; Jon Benjamin, deputy consul general of Great Britain in New York; Muqtedar Khan, assistant professor of political science and international relations at the University of Delaware and non-resident fellow at the Brookings Institution; and Naheed Qureshi, national field organizer with the American Civil Liberties Union. The discussion will be moderated by Mustapha Tlili, founder and director of Dialogues: Islamic World-U.S.-The West
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- WHO: Daniel Sutherland, United States Department of Homeland Security; Jon Benjamin, deputy consul general, Great Britain; Muqtedar Khan, the University of Delaware and the Brookings Institution; Naheed Qureshi, American Civil Liberties Union; and Mustapha Tlili (Moderator), Dialogues: Islamic World-U.S.-The West
- WHAT: “American Muslim Communities: Security Risk or Source of Hope?”
- WHEN: Wed., March 22, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
- WHERE: Jurow Lecture Hall in NYU’s Silver Center for Arts and Sciences (100 Washington Square East at Washington Place) [Subway Lines: N, R, W (8th Street); 6 (Astor Place)]
A program of New York University, Dialogues: Islamic World-U.S.-The West emerged from the tragedy of September 11th, which highlighted the need for greater communication among and about the United States, Europe, and the Muslim world. Dialogues was founded as a forum for constructive debate between the various religious, intellectual, economic, and political sectors of American, European, and Islamic societies. The program brings contentious issues between the Islamic world and the West into a more rational plane and promotes this approach to a wide audience, including the important constituencies of policy and decision-makers, policy analysts, the media, and educational institutions.