11/21 Bridge Building: A Conversation with Vadim Blumin

Penn Carey Law JLSA, The Penn LGBT Center, and the Penn Carey Law LLM Human Rights Scholars are proud to present: Bridge Building - an open conversation with Vadim Blumin

Vadim is a historian, educator, and activist who currently serves as the Jewish agency director of educational strategy, in charge of a global education operation that is particularly significant in the former USSR, where Vadim was born (in Dnipro, Ukraine), before moving to Israel at the age of 11. Vadim is also the Founding Director of the Agency's Mandel Program for Excellence. Prior to that, he led the organization’s Education Department for St. Petersburg, Northwest Russia, and the Baltic States. He is also a leading LGBTQ+ activist and a co-author of a Gourmand-winning cookbook (“commonwealth of tastes”).

The conversion will touch on Vadim’s personal background and barrier-breaking path, education and activist work, and the Ukraine-Russia war from an educational and social activist standpoint.

Moderated by Eran Globus, LLM Candidate, Penn Law, with an open Q&A

Gathering starts 6:30 PM, Talk at 7:00 PM, at Silverman 240B, Carey Law school. Please bring your Penn card to easily access the building.
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Please feel free to send questions for Vadim in advance, as well as any other comments, to Globus@pennlaw.upenn.edu. Thank you
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