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We haven’t scheduled our next PechaKucha Night yet, but in the meantime you can watch some presentations, look at our map to see if there are any scheduled PKNs in nearby cities, or have a look at the long list of upcoming events, to see if there’s one you can attend!

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Point of View

BY SAMER TARABICHI
@ VOL 2 ON FEB 27, 2011

Samer shares his thoughts on how you can perceive things differently after you change your angle or you change your position. The whole picture changes, and it affects your understanding and perception. The presentation is about the importance of taking different points of view on things that we take for granted. (in Arabic)

 

ALEPPO Blog

Poster for Aleppo's Vol. 6

Not only is the PechaKucha Night series in Aleppo, Syria alive and well, but as can be seen from the event posters in this post, the city's Vol. 6 is taking place later this month, on December 16. The official event page will soon be added to the Aleppo city page -- and for more posters, visit our PechaKucha Night posters Tumblr blog.

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About the City's Organizers

  • Harout Ekmanian

    Harout Ekmanian is the licensee and organizer of the PechaKucha Night Aleppo since 2010, as well as "CineVille" film club and production collective of Aleppo. He has worked as a journalist with Arab, Armenian and western media for years prior to the beginning of the Syrian conflict. He has studied law at the University of Aleppo. He is currently a fellow at the institute for the Study of Human Rights of Columbia University in the City of New York. Harout speaks Armenian, Arabic, English and Turkish fluently, as well as some French and Spanish. Harout has written for “Forward” English monthly magazine and “Baladna” English daily of Syria, besides regularly contributing to the Armenian Weekly based in Boston, Massachusetts (USA) since 2010. He has reported from more than a dozen countries, covering the Middle East, Europe and the South Caucasus. In 2014, he was awarded with the O'Donnel Scholarship for Global Studies Visiting Professorship at the Whitman College in Washington State, USA. Prior to his current engagement in Columbia University, Harout has been living in Armenia for over four years and working in various capacities at CivilNet.am, an online TV by the Civilitas Foundation based on advocacy journalism. Am, specifically focusing on inclusive regional dialogue among experts and stakeholders, including Armenians, Turks, Kurds and Arabs, with a broad perspective on old and new struggles for identity and dominance in the region, as well as conflict resolution, human rights, rule of law, development and diaspora politics.