We are so grateful for the opportunity to reconnect with our #ivlp alumni!
Fanny Alam participated in a January 2020 project focused on the theme of "Youth Political Engagement in the Digital Age". He is from Indonesia, and he is currently the Regional Coordinator of Sekolah Damai Indonesia (SEKODI) Bandung (Bandung School of Peace Indonesia). We appreciate Fanny's honesty and willingness to share his personal insights as an IVLP participant. It was great to learn more about why it was important to him to visit the USA, and also to learn more about New Hampshire's human rights work through a multitude of professional meetings with NH counterparts.
In past communications, Fanny has also reflected on his experience volunteering with Families in Transition / New Horizons while in New Hampshire. He, alongside other IVLP participants, volunteered to help serve a meal to individuals in the NH local community who were facing homelessness and food insecurity. This opportunity was an impactful part of his IVLP experience as a whole.
Fanny is always looking forward to connecting with individuals around the world for professional collaborations! If you'd like to learn more about Fanny and his work, we have included a few links that Fanny has shared with us below.
Learn more about Fanny Alam here
Religiosity and Spirituality of Gender Minority in Indonesia: The Contrast between Legal Rights and Reality
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