Interview about Hizmet Movment at Maxwell School of Syracuse University


Date posted: February 6, 2016

Tosca Bruno-Van Vijfeijken, Director of  Transnational NGO Initiative at Maxwell School of Syracuse University inteviewd Dr. Alp Aslandogan, President of the Alliance for Shared Values.

This interview took place before Dr. Aslandogan’s lecture at Maxwell School on Hizmet Movement on September 22, 2015.

Source: YouTube , October 19, 2015


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