Join Atlas Network on Monday, April 9, at the Cornell Club of New York for a reception featuring Nouh El Harmouzi, director of the Arab Center for Scientific Research and Humane Studies in Morocco.

No matter how tragic the short and medium-term consequences of the ‘Arab Spring,' many voices are standing against the dominant pessimism and defeatism. These actors remain optimistic and believe in the strength of the individual will. They are tirelessly cultivating the seeds of change by advocating for a transition to an inclusive, peaceful, tolerant, and prosperous Arab World through market friendly policies and limited government. 

This event is the fourth in our Global Policy Perspectives event series. Dress is business casual and drinks and hors d'oeuvres will be served.

SPEAKERS

Nouh El Harmouzi is the editor of the Arabic language news and analysis site MinbarAlHurriyya.org and university professor at Ibn Tofail University in Kenitra, Morocco.

He served as a university professor for five years at Paul Cézanne University in France, teaching Economic Development Theories and Economic Philosophy & Thought. His main research focus is on institutional dynamics, ideological beliefs, and their relationship with the process of development.