26 November 2012

Kenya: The Tribe Hotel Hosts the Open Qorner

A forum dubbed Open Qorner, held every third Wednesday of the month, provides a haven for anyone who would like to open their minds and speak out on anything without fear.

"The inter-active session opens the doors to questions that we do not often get the opportunity to discuss. Holding space for open dialogue on important

and meaningful aspects of our daily lives is necessary and healthy although not always encouraged in our culture," said Tazim Elkington, the driving force behind Open Qorner.

This month's event with several guests from the corporate sector was held at the Tribe Hotel on Thursday evening. The evening's topic of discussion was 'What Should I Do Next?'

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