Education, Aspiration, Compassion
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Maya Ghazal |
• December 2018
In 2015, Maya Ghazal was forced to leave her home in Damascus, along with her plans and dreams behind. Her tireless determination, hope and resilience have allowed her to start a new life and curriculum in Aviation Engineering in the United Kingdom. In a profoundly inspiring talk, Maya Ghazal beats stereotypes and offers five solutions to better understand refugees and invest in their limitless potential. Maya Ghazal is a 19-year-old Syrian refugee. She studies Aviation Engineering at Brunel University London and dreams of becoming the first female Syrian refugee pilot. She is a prominent advocate for refugee rights and the recipient of Diana’s Legacy Award.