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Open Dialogue Chamber - Challenges & Hardships of Iranian Students in Australia Past

Monday, May 11, 2015 ,
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
- Sydney , Australia

In the coming session of Open Dialogue Chamber we will focus on the operational hardships and systemically-imposed challenges of Iranian students studying in Australia. We are aiming to update the Iranian ambassador and the involved university parties on the current problems that we are facing, share some of our live experiences, and work collaboratively towards a mutually beneficial and productive solution for our very live challenges and issues.

We invite all the Iranian students as well as the Iranian academic body of the university to join us in this meeting with Mr. Houdaji, the Iranian ambassador in Australia.
This event precedes the meetings between the Iranian embassy and some of the Australian high officials (e.g., the Premier of NSW, Vice-Chanceller of UNSW, etc) which are scheduled for the subsequent days .


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