“Many changes are happening all over the world. Millions of African-Americans have been changed to believe the power of ‘yes, we can!’ and how it can change history forever — for the first time in US history, a black president is seating in the ‘White House’. From Tunis to Cairo; and from Tripoli to Damascus, change is also sweeping through the traditional Arab world”
Moussa Magassa is the UVic Human Rights Education Advisor. Moussa is also an Adjunct Associate Professor and teaches courses on such topics as: Human Rights and Diversity; Intercultural communication and conflict resolution; Social justice issues in the multicultural society; Immigration and Settlement issues; etc. For this upcoming fall term, Moussa is teaching the course “Beyond Diversity & Human Rights: Creating Spaces for Social Change” which is open to the general public and community members. Moussa is also very involved in the community. He is currently the president of the Francophone Society of Victoria; A director on the board of the Francophone Federation of BC, representing Vancouver Island; and also an advisor on the Greater Victoria Police Diversity Committee.