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Foreign Students Visited BASUG in the Hague

Group photo of the foreign students with the chair of BASUG in the middle. Photo sent to OurVoice from BASUG

The Hague, November 30 (OurVoice): A host of foreign students, young professionals including politicians visited BASUG office in the Hague on Tuesday to get acquainted with the nature of work of the organization and gather knowledge on activities in the area of international development.

They were in total 9 – from Kenya, Ecuador, Hungary, Ireland and Spain including one guide from the organizer of the visit. They came for the study visit to the Netherlands for a short period. Their visit to BASUG was organized by Stichting Libertas International.

The visiting team comprised of Maria Fuerts (Spain), Moses Aran (Kenya), Omar Abrari (Kenya), Angela Ponce (Ecuador), Noel Norvath (Hungary) and EmaIdowu (Ireland). The team leader was Andrea of Stichting Libertas International of Utrecht, Netherlands.

Earlier, they were received by the Chairman of BASUG Bikash Chowdhury Barua. They watched a documentary film and during the meeting at BASUG they wanted to know about migration, children and youths programs for peace and other development issues. The foreign students also visited another international NGO Global Human Rights Defence (GHRD) in the Hague on the same day.


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