In Conversation with Moti Kahana: Discussing the Israeli Philanthropist’s Background and His Significant Humanitarian Work During the Syrian Civil War

Moti Kahana is an Israeli native, who moved to the United States in 1991 to pursue a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from the University of Arizona. Until 2009 he was a businessman in the automotive field when he decided to sell his own company and pursue humanitarian work on a global scale ranging from the United States, Syria and today, Ukraine.

Weekly News Recap (16-22 Nov 2020)

INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE SECTION ECtHR held that Swiss authorities failed to assess risks for gay man’s return to the Gambia IACHR refers case on Ecuador to the IACtHR CJEU held that refusal to perform military service in Syria may give rise to entitlement to recognition as a refugee The Brereton report found Australian Special Forces involvedContinue reading “Weekly News Recap (16-22 Nov 2020)”