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Educating Girls in War Zones - Speaker view
Bill Gaudelli, Lehigh University
34:38
If you have questions of the speakers, please chat them by direct message to me, Bill Gaudelli
Bill Gaudelli, Lehigh University
34:56
Fatima’s recent article: https://news.lafayette.edu/2017/11/07/painting-life/
Bill Hunter, Lehigh University
38:35
We hope you all have lots of great questions for our speakers. Please chat your questions to Bill Gaudelli and he will call on you.
Mark McBeth (he, him, his)
44:33
Thank you for your presentation. Your narrative seems to address younger girls but can you talk a bit to older women who want to pursue their educations?
Jacob Potter
45:05
Please do type the name! That would be fantastic. 🙂
Mark McBeth (he, him, his)
47:47
Thank you so much for those insights.
Fatima Akbar- Save the Children Germany
48:08
Hafiz Shirazi
Nadine Clopton- Global NGO Executive Committee/ Lehigh alumna
49:26
Thank you for your presentation and for your work, so enlightening! Beyond conflict, what are the most beautiful parts of your culture you’d hope to share with the world?
Bill Hunter, Lehigh University
58:22
Please keep the great questions coming via chat to Bill Gaudelli.
chirschl
01:02:58
What is the quality of education that is delivered? Staying in school is important for many reaons (prevents early marriage, reduces number of children, etc.), but a girl who graduates from high school - how does this compare to the US or other developed nations? What is the next step? Is there an opportunity to partner with classrooms in developed countries to have a positive mutual exchange?
Yamel Jimenez
01:04:44
Why are boys allow to get educated and girls simply not? What does this based on?
Syola Ince Lewis
01:04:50
The question I would like to ask is: What is the education curriculum like for young girls?How high is their standard for education?
Bianca Palomino
01:16:29
I must leave but this was a compelling panel and I am grateful to have learned about this facet of the world. Thank you!
Bill Hunter, Lehigh University
01:22:03
We'll have one final round of questions. Please keep them coming to Bill Gaudelli.
Nadine Clopton- Global NGO Executive Committee/ Lehigh alumna
01:22:08
I have to hop off now, but wow… thank you, Lehigh for a great event and to the speakers for sharing your journeys, perspectives, & scope of work.
chirschl
01:27:00
Thank you! This was wonderful. The Leadership and Public Health class I am teaching attended. Chris Hirschler, Monmouth University (So, add 23 to the "participants"). Thank you for the important work you are engaged in.
Bill Gaudelli, Lehigh University
01:28:47
Thanks for you and the students attending!
Bill Gaudelli, Lehigh University
01:31:11
We will have time for one more question, to any panelists or all…
Rosemary Barberet, John Jay College of CJ
01:33:09
A very well-rounded discussion on such a timely topic, thank you for organizing this event.
Reem Alsaidi
01:37:37
Thank you to all the speakers for sharing yourstories and ideas
Patrizia Pelgrift
01:37:41
Great event and wonderful idea, Caroline! xoxo
Catherine Gardner
01:37:50
Thank you!
Eamonn Tynan
01:37:50
Thank you!!!
Deb Rubart, Lehigh U
01:37:50
Thank you
Samantha Garcia
01:37:53
Thank you
Ghay Soe
01:37:56
Thank you so much
Sophia Rose Summa
01:37:58
Thank you!
Hannah Stewart-Gambino
01:38:10
Thank you to all of the panelists!
Jiwon Kim, Monmouth University
01:38:23
Thank you for great session ! - from Monmouth University