, 2022-12-18 06:42:00,
Vermont Council on Global Affairs He celebrates his seventieth birthdayThe tenth Anniversary this month and there is a lot to celebrate.
In the last week of October, we hosted as visiting members, Redouane Bosnan from Algiers, Algeria, and Meriem Ghawali from Casablanca, Morocco. They came to Burlington to be part of the Vermont Council’s international scouting A fair transition to a green economy.
Maryam is a middle school teacher and a doctoral student at Hassan II University and a member of the Junior International RoomIts motto is “Serving humanity is life’s best work”.
Radwan works for Consulting office and organizing seminarswhich trains and mentors young Algerian entrepreneurs, provides mentoring and networking opportunities and offers support in their efforts to start and build a company.
Both young men do this with a strong environmental awareness and have each become a lifelong friend, as have others from around the world who we hosted and became acquainted with through the Vermont Council on Global Affairs. We have kept in touch with visitors from Russia, Azerbaijan, North Macedonia and Iraq.
Growing up in a family from Vermont-Quebecois, Coutures, in Lamoille County, our idea of diversity was Irish, Italian, and Quebec. We thought white Anglo-Saxon Protestants were…
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