Executive Order 13769: Travel Ban from Certain Predominately Muslim Countries: World Affairs Council Briefing, 2/13

By: David J. Smith, February 9, 2017

The most significant policy action of the Trump Administration to date has been the implementation of a travel ban from certain predominately Muslim countries.   Currently the issue is before the U.S. Court of Appeals (9th Circuit).

If you are interested in learning about the travel ban and hearing from a group of experts, please consider attending this briefing on Monday, 2/13/17 from 6 p.m. t0 8 p.m. in the Horizon Ballroom of the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center, 1300 Pennsylvania Ave., NW, Washington, DC sponsored by the World Affairs Council, Washington, DC. 

The panel will include former State Department officials, an official from NAFSA, and will be moderated by Steve Roberts.

You must register in advance.  Click below for more information.

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Published by David J. Smith

I am a career coach, consultant, and head of a not for profit - the Forage Center - that offers humanitarian education training. I also teach at George Mason University and Drexel University. A one time lawyer, I spent many years teaching in a community college where I was a Fulbright U.S. Scholar teaching in Estonia. I'm the author of Peace Jobs: A Student's Guide to Starting a Career Working for Peace (IAP 2016). I've been married to my best friend for over 31 years and we have two well adjusted adult children who teach me something new everyday. I live in Rockville, Maryland.

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