Dr.Nawar Al-Saadi

Our speaker, Dr.Nawar Al-Saadi, A holder Ph.D in International Economic from University of Bucharest. Now, he is a professor and director of scientific research center at Cihan University-Dohuk. In addition, he is an economist at the Middle East Institute for Political and Economic Studies in Bucharest. He has over 15 …

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Dr. Ahmed Hassan

Cultural and scientific connections are made in order to exchange information and transfer knowledge from a country to another. This is what Dr. Ahmed Hassan, a holder of a doctorate degree in Astrophysics from the University Of Bonn in Germany, did. He graduated from Physics Department in Mustansiriyah University and …

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Hella Mewis & Ameen Mokdad (TARKIB

Hella Mewis & Ameen Mokdad (TARKIB) Hella Mewis is a German freelance Art Manager, living and working in Baghdad since 2013. Ameen Mokdad is an Iraqi freelance Composer and Musician from Mosul. Both are active members in TARKIB Baghdad Contemporary Arts Institute and developed together the program ART THERAPY LAB …

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Mr. Mahmoud Mohsin yassen

You can’t get blood out of stones, a proverb which was believed by a lot of people. But our Mr. Mahmoud has another opinion. Mr. Mahmoud Mohsen Yaseen graduated from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering. He was appointed as a computer teacher and then a teacher of mathematics and physics …

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Mohammed Minhaj

A simple initiative was able to eliminate many problems in society like poverty and class-based classification and instill the spirit of cooperation among society members. Our speaker, Mohammed Minhaj is the founder of “Free in Baghdad initiative”, which is a socio-cultural project that aims to end or reduce sufferings of …

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GilGamesh

Love of music is immortal, Our speaker is the composer and musician Gilgamesh. Since childhood, his love for music had emerged then he taught himself everything from scratch. In 2013, he established his first musical project that he named “Gilgamesh” to remind everyone of the Iraqi old-standing origins of music. …

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