Harvard University lists Arab Millennial on its online think-tank directory

Harvard University has placed Arab Millennial (AM) on its online directory and library resource listing useful think-tanks from around the world. You can view this list here.

This is another step towards establishing AM as a valued and respected organisation tackling issues surrounding the global Arab diaspora from a more comprehensive perspective. Please stay tuned for more developments.

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