Rola Mustafa: Celebrating Canadian contributions to the Syrian Refugee Crisis

Rola Mustafa: Celebrating Canadian contributions to the Syrian Refugee CrisisRola is a lawyer by profession and an accredited mediator; she holds a BA in Law and a Postgraduate Diploma in International Law from Damascus University, a Master Degree in International Commercial Law from City University of London and an Accreditation in Mediation from Center for Effective Dispute Resolution, UK. She has extensive experience in Humanitarian Assistance, HR, and Management and is currently working for the legal department of Business Development Bank of Canada. In addition, she is a member of ADR Institute of Ontario. Rola worked as a volunteer for Lifeline Syria for seven consecutive months on a daily basis and currently is a volunteer mediator with the Ismaili Conciliation and Arbitration Board– Ontario, St. Steven’s Community House, and Catholic Crosses Cultural Services.

Source: One Year Later: Celebrating Canadian Contributions to the Syrian Refugee Crisis | LifelineSyria

 

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