Weekends with World Vision: Rebuilding a Refugee's World

BE PART OF THE CONVERSATION to join our special guests this World Refugee Day and learn about the issues faced by refugees locally and abroad. Registration for this e-forum is free!

Date
20 June 2021
Time
3-4pm
Venue
Zoom platform

*Upon registration, you will receive a confirmation email from us. Kindly register your participation by 18 June 2021 (Friday)

Deborah Henry | World Vision Malaysia Child Protection Advocate

 

(Moderator) A powerful voice for refugees in Malaysia, Deborah runs a school for refugee children in the heart of Kuala Lumpur. Together with World Vision Malaysia, she has visited our community programmes in Lebanon and Brazil. Her hope is for every child refugee to find a place to call home, where he or she can live with dignity and without fear of the future.

Heidy Quah | Refuge for the Refugees Founder

 

(Panelist) Heidy is a powerful voice speaking up for refugees, human trafficking victims and the marginalised in Malaysia. In 2012, she founded Refuge for the Refugees, an organisation that advocates for and supports the rights of refugees in Malaysia. The 26-year-old is also an adviser to corporations on anti-slavery and anti-human trafficking policies. Having achieved global recognition for her work, Heidy is a recipient of the Queen's Young Leaders Award.

Josephine Haddad | World Vision Lebanon Communications Manager

 

(Panelist) Josephine Haddad currently helms advocacy, communications and media for World Vision Lebanon. In her five years with World Vision, she has covered stories of refugee children, their families and vulnerable host communities. She has also witnessed first-hand the impact of World Vision’s programmes in helping them rebuild and recover. Josephine is passionate about telling stories that matter and was a news reporter for Lebanon's national radio station before joining World Vision.

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