Doha Debates

Doha Debates

@DohaDebates

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Don’t Settle for a Divided World | Inspiring solutions to global challenges through civil discourse and debate. Join the conversation. | Production of @QF.

Joined on July 24, 2018
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Inside 100 Tweets

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Average replies
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Average retweets
169
Average likes
2437
Tweets with photos
19 / 100
Tweets with videos
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297. in country United States and category Entertainment

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We’re launching a new podcast called #CourseCorrection, where host 
@nelufar tackles global problems—and searches for solutions—in a very personal way.

Check out our trailer to find out why we’re so excited—and subscribe now: https://megaphone.link/QF2056074382 

We’re launching a new podcast called #CourseCorrection, where host @nelufar tackles global problems—and searches for solutions—in a very personal way. Check out our trailer to find out why we’re so excited—and subscribe now: https://megaphone.link/QF2056074382 

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"Play for fun" 

Suad Galow, the founder of Somali Women Foundation and the former captain of the Somali Women's National Basketball team, shared her words of inspiration for girls who are getting ready to hit the court for a match.

"Play for fun" Suad Galow, the founder of Somali Women Foundation and the former captain of the Somali Women's National Basketball team, shared her words of inspiration for girls who are getting ready to hit the court for a match.

"It's the fault of the society we created as Salvadorans that failed them and made them take that risk of going on a journey that ended up, ends up that way."

Salvadoran President @nayibbukele shared his views on the growing refugee crisis.

"It's the fault of the society we created as Salvadorans that failed them and made them take that risk of going on a journey that ended up, ends up that way." Salvadoran President @nayibbukele shared his views on the growing refugee crisis.

Could you live on 50 liters of water a day? 

To better understand the water shortages threatening more and more cities globally, host 
@nelufar
 limits herself to 50 liters of water for all her cooking, cleaning and drinking. 

Listen to the full episode: http://DohaDebates.com/listen 

Could you live on 50 liters of water a day? To better understand the water shortages threatening more and more cities globally, host @nelufar limits herself to 50 liters of water for all her cooking, cleaning and drinking. Listen to the full episode: http://DohaDebates.com/listen 

Last month, when the trial started, @fortifyrights-@dohadebates Media Fellow Dil Kayas captured this image of refugee #Rohingya children in Cox’s Bazar showing support for the genocide case against Myanmar.

See more from Dil: https://www.instagram.com/dilkayas/ 

Last month, when the trial started, @fortifyrights-@dohadebates Media Fellow Dil Kayas captured this image of refugee #Rohingya children in Cox’s Bazar showing support for the genocide case against Myanmar. See more from Dil: https://www.instagram.com/dilkayas/ 

It was great to talk ⁦@nelufar⁩ about my experiences as refugee and now wonderful to hear her mother story and journey. #TheLightlessSky #CourseCorrection@DohaDebates

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"The story doesn’t stop because I’m tired."

Host @nelufar explains the process of making our new podcast #CourseCorrection and whether one person’s actions can really make a difference to tackle global challenges.
Read now 👉 http://DohaDebates.com/CourseCorrectionQA …

"The story doesn’t stop because I’m tired." Host @nelufar explains the process of making our new podcast #CourseCorrection and whether one person’s actions can really make a difference to tackle global challenges. Read now 👉 http://DohaDebates.com/CourseCorrectionQA …

We’ve launched a new podcast called #CourseCorrection, where host @nelufar tackles global problems—and searches for solutions—in a very personal way.

Listen and subscribe now to find out why we’re so excited 👉 http://DohaDebates.com/listen 

We’ve launched a new podcast called #CourseCorrection, where host @nelufar tackles global problems—and searches for solutions—in a very personal way. Listen and subscribe now to find out why we’re so excited 👉 http://DohaDebates.com/listen 

“We live in a world that seems really fractured & divided. 
All of the problems we face —whether ecological, political or social—seem to be overwhelming.
#CourseCorrection aims to make those problems personal & find new solutions.”

- @Nelufar

Listen now: https://buff.ly/2Rioeau 

“We live in a world that seems really fractured & divided. All of the problems we face —whether ecological, political or social—seem to be overwhelming. #CourseCorrection aims to make those problems personal & find new solutions.” - @Nelufar Listen now: https://buff.ly/2Rioeau 

“Course Correction is designed to give you some hope & ways to change behaviour.
It seems to be something that audiences are yearning for: a way to engage w/these global problems in bitesize ways so we don’t all feel overwhelmed.”

- @Nelufar on her new podcast #CourseCorrection

“Course Correction is designed to give you some hope & ways to change behaviour. It seems to be something that audiences are yearning for: a way to engage w/these global problems in bitesize ways so we don’t all feel overwhelmed.” - @Nelufar on her new podcast #CourseCorrection

Course Correction Host @nelufar's family fled Afghanistan as refugees 25 years ago, when Nelufar was a young child. Nelufar's mother tells her story for the first time in our first episode of #CourseCorrection.

Listen to the whole episode and subscribe👉 http://DohaDebates.com/listen 

Course Correction Host @nelufar's family fled Afghanistan as refugees 25 years ago, when Nelufar was a young child. Nelufar's mother tells her story for the first time in our first episode of #CourseCorrection. Listen to the whole episode and subscribe👉 http://DohaDebates.com/listen 

"I want to be a doctor when I grow up." 

This top performing Ugandan school, @COBURWAS, was founded by refugees for refugees to offer students hope through education.

"I want to be a doctor when I grow up." This top performing Ugandan school, @COBURWAS, was founded by refugees for refugees to offer students hope through education.

"I'm trying to design a City of Love, Peace, Concord and Virtue, free of mess, war, wreckage and misery."

Syrian refugee and award-winning poet Amineh Abou Kerech shares her personal lament for Syria.

"I'm trying to design a City of Love, Peace, Concord and Virtue, free of mess, war, wreckage and misery." Syrian refugee and award-winning poet Amineh Abou Kerech shares her personal lament for Syria.

“We are very proud to demonstrate from our small village that coexistence is possible.”

Refugees and migrants from around the world have found a home in Artea, Spain, a community that has helped newcomers rebuild their lives.

“We are very proud to demonstrate from our small village that coexistence is possible.” Refugees and migrants from around the world have found a home in Artea, Spain, a community that has helped newcomers rebuild their lives.

Could you live on 50 liters of water a day? 

To better understand the water shortages threatening more and more cities globally, host @nelufar limits herself to 50 liters of water for all her cooking, cleaning and drinking. 

Listen to the full episode: http://DohaDebates.com/listen 

Could you live on 50 liters of water a day? To better understand the water shortages threatening more and more cities globally, host @nelufar limits herself to 50 liters of water for all her cooking, cleaning and drinking. Listen to the full episode: http://DohaDebates.com/listen 

"The story doesn’t stop because I’m tired."

Host @nelufar explains the process of making our new podcast #CourseCorrection and whether one person’s actions can really make a difference to tackle global challenges.
Read now 👉 http://DohaDebates.com/CourseCorrectionQA …

"The story doesn’t stop because I’m tired." Host @nelufar explains the process of making our new podcast #CourseCorrection and whether one person’s actions can really make a difference to tackle global challenges. Read now 👉 http://DohaDebates.com/CourseCorrectionQA …

We’ve launched a new podcast called #CourseCorrection, where host @nelufar tackles global problems—and searches for solutions—in a very personal way. 

Listen and subscribe now to find out why we’re so excited 👉 http://DohaDebates.com/listen 

We’ve launched a new podcast called #CourseCorrection, where host @nelufar tackles global problems—and searches for solutions—in a very personal way. Listen and subscribe now to find out why we’re so excited 👉 http://DohaDebates.com/listen 

Course Correction Host @nelufar's family fled Afghanistan as refugees 25 years ago, when Nelufar was a young child. Nelufar's mother tells her story for the first time in our first episode of #CourseCorrection.

Listen to the whole episode and subscribe👉 http://DohaDebates.com/listen 

Course Correction Host @nelufar's family fled Afghanistan as refugees 25 years ago, when Nelufar was a young child. Nelufar's mother tells her story for the first time in our first episode of #CourseCorrection. Listen to the whole episode and subscribe👉 http://DohaDebates.com/listen 

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What is the value of a passport—and with it citizenship—when it can just be bought?

What is the value of a passport—and with it citizenship—when it can just be bought?

"I  don't know where's my mom, where's my father, where's my brothers."

As many as 1.5 million Uighurs and other Muslims have been detained in detention camps in China. Two Uighur refugees share what it's like to be completely separated and cut off from their family members:

"I don't know where's my mom, where's my father, where's my brothers." As many as 1.5 million Uighurs and other Muslims have been detained in detention camps in China. Two Uighur refugees share what it's like to be completely separated and cut off from their family members:

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