Born in South Lebanon. Lives and works in Aarhus, Denmark
I was born in 1976 in a refugee camp in South Lebanon, but am originally Palestinian and now have Danish citizenship. I came to Denmark end of 1989, am married, have three wonderful children, and live with my family in Brabrand, west of Aarhus. I have a law degree from Aarhus University and am director of Gellerupparken's Legal Aid. In addition, I am juridical counselor at Folkeinformation. I am a member of Aarhus City Council for the party, Radikale Venstre, am chairman for the Cultural Committee, and the party's Political Spokesman. I also act as a lecturer and am co-founding Chairman of Multicultural Association in Aarhus.
Contribution: Facilitator of the debate “Ethnic Intolerance – A New Danish Epidemic?” on Saturday, October 2, 2004, from 3 – 7 pm in Station 1: The Equestrian Hall, Aarhus. Rabih also participates as workshop leader of the subsequent debate workshop “Is Denmark a multiethnic society?” on Sunday, October 3, 2004, from 5 – 7 pm in Satellite: Multicultural Association, Brabrand. In addition, Rabih has acted as a consultant for the curators of Minority Report.