Raghda Butros joins Oecumene activist network

By Raghda Butros · 5 March 2012

We are very pleased to announce that Raghda Butros has joined the Oecumene project's activist network. An urban activist and community developer, Raghda Butros is the founder of Hamzet Wasel, a social venture that works to revive and enrich the cultural and social identity of urban communities in the Arab region, beginning with Amman. Hamzet Wasel is a platform for diversity, activism and inclusion with the purpose of tackling the complex challenges and exploring the unique opportunities that exist within the cities where it operates.

To read more about her work visit Raghda's profile page.

Raghda will soon contribute to the project’s blog section. A notification will be sent out once the blog is published. To read already existing blogs by other members of our activist network please go to the website’s blog area.

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  • Raghda Butros

    Activist Consultant
    Raghda Butros
    Hamzet Wasel
    An urban activist and community developer, Raghda Butros is the founder of Hamzet Wasel, a social venture that works to revive and enrich the cultural and social identity of urban communities in the... Read more

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