Monday, September 12, 2016

London: Last chance to hear the inspiring Karine Elharrar MK

Karine Elharrar MK, visiting London
In London this afternoon (Monday), the Malki Foundation UK's special guest, Karine Elharrar MK [background here] addressed a packed room of invited guests and interested members of the public in the British parliament.

The Rt. Hon. Sir Eric Pickles MP, Chairman of the Conservative Friends of Israel, engaged in a public interview with Ms Elharrar, focusing on her work as a legislator in Israel's parliament (the Knesset), as a lawyer and as a noted social activist on a series of important fronts. As a woman who has lived with the challenges of muscular dystrophy since childhood, and whose personal mobility depends on society embracing the need for accessibility, Ms Elharrar has a unique perspective which meshes well with the Malki Foundation's mission: empowering rhe families who care for a child with special needs, and in particular the mobility-challenged.

It is a huge privilege to be able to bring her to British audiences and to expose people to her inspirational message.

Ms Elharrar is going to address a second London forum on Wednesday, mainly comprising lawyers and people working in the law. All available seats for that have been taken up.

For people in and near London wanting to hear this remarkable young woman, Malki Foundation UK will hold a third forum tomorrow evening (Tuesday) at 8:15 pm in conjunction with the Mill Hill Synagogue. Places are strictly limited and, owing to security considerations, pre-registration is absolutely required. Go online to to reserve your place. We're certain you will not be disappointed.

In the British parliament today: Speakers (left to right): MK Karine Elharrar; Malki Foundation UK chairman Geoff Hartnell; Sir Eric Pickles

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