Fadile, Ahmad M. & X. Souto
dom18jun11:0011:00 Fadile, Ahmad M. & X. SoutoRound table: The voice of refugeesCarpa central
The voice of refugees Round table where the refugees are the protagonists. Fadile Tibisay Chami, Syrian activist for the human rights of women and refugees, Ahmad Matar Syrian refugee and Xurxo Souto,
The voice of refugees
Round table where the refugees are the protagonists.
Fadile Tibisay Chami, Syrian activist for the human rights of women and refugees, Ahmad Matar Syrian refugee and Xurxo Souto, musician and writer.
Fadile Chami Ahkar
Syrian, living in A Coruña since 2006. Activist for human rights, women rights and refugee’s rights. Vice-president of SAWT, a Syrian-Galician association for Syrian refugees in Galicia. Active member of Syrian Women’s Network (SWN) and the Syrian Feminist Lobby.
High secondary course – addmision to university exam passed-Tabqa, Siria
High secondary course – Aid Sagir, Siria
April- May: diagnosis project over the situation of asylum seekers in Spain- RefuCoru project- Spain
February- April: member of logistics team ACAMPA A Coruña
Nov.- Dic – Actions of sensitization over refugee’s situation – OCV – A Coruña
May – Sept – Intercultural mediator and translator, project management in Cultural Center- SwissCross – Tesalónica, Grecia
Mar-May – Coordination of activities for children and translations. – Movement on the ground – Grecia
Mar – Intercultural mediator and translator – InfoTent – Idomeni, Grecia Volunteering
Nov 2016 – until now: Intercultural mediator – Ecos del Sur – A Coruña, España
Mar – Apr 2016 – Food Distribution- – Idomeni, Grecia
(A Coruña, 1966).
Musician and writer. He has a degree in classic philology and since 1986 he had worked in several communication media. He is one of the founders of “Os Diplomáticos de Monte-Alto”. Working in radio he directed “A Tropa da Tralla” (Radio Coruña), and “Aberto por Reformas” ( Radio Gallega). He is also author of “Pucho Boedo, un crooner na fin do mundo” documentary and he also published, “Contos do Mar de Irlanda” (2014).