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Dr. Rozhen Kamal Mohammed-Amin, the Research Center (RC) Coordinator, Was Elected In Absentia To The Board Of Directors Of An International Organization

posted May 9, 2019, 7:23 PM by Jamal Kakbra
After a year of active involvement as Chief Iraq Liaison Officer in RASHID International organization based in Germany for Safeguarding of the Heritage of Iraq in Danger, Dr. Rozhen Kamal Mohammed-Amin, the Research Center (RC) coordinator, founder and head of Digital Cultural Heritage (DCH) group, and Lecturer at the City Planning Department of the Sulaimani Polytechnic University (SPU) was elected in absentia to the Board of Directors of RASHID International during the organization’s annual meeting. Dr. Rozhen nominated herself upon a suggestion by RASHID International’s President. As a member of Board of Directors and Secretary, she will participate in decision-making on the organization’s plans and projects in a high level. Other members of the board are Dr. Simone Mühl (the Vice-President) from Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich Germany and Professor Dr. Luca Peyronel (Treasurer) from IULM University of Milan in Italy. Professor Dr. Roger Matthews from University of Reading in UK serves as the organization’s president.  

 
In July 2017, Dr. Rozhen, along her RASHID colleagues, participated in the experts meeting and first UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) seminar on destruction of world cultural heritage held at UN headquarter in Switzerland. Participating in two RASHID reports submitted to the Special Rapporteur in the field of cultural rights and the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) were among some of Dr. Rozhen’s activities with the organization last year. More information about RASHID’s last year activities and Dr. Rozhen’s involvement as Chief Iraq Liaison Officer can be found in the organization’s annual newsletter: https://bit.ly/2H9mYz4
 
SPU lecturer’s membership in such high administration level of an International Organization adds to RC and SPU’s growing international achievements.
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