Author: Tamara Saade

Nayla Geagea: The human rights lawyer in Beirut who doesn’t know how to drive

Though justice and law occupy her life and work, her heart lies in human and social sciences.

A look at memory and war, with the Nazra exhibition

The displayed photographs and captions at the exhibition, which is being held in Beit Beirut, offer a representation of the civil war and what remains of it through the lenses of both amateur and professional Lebanese photographers.

Lebanese women in politics discussed at the American University of Beirut

“If we lower the gender-gap by 25 percent, there would be an economic empowerment of 5.8 trillion of the global economy”

Megaphone, the new media kid playing with the big guns

Megaphone provides “an alternative way of commenting, and analyzing news through fact-checking and in-depth analysis”, especially of topics avoided in the mainstream media, such as LGBTQ+ issues.

The Beirut Women Film Festival celebrates women in all their roles

With its “women empowerment” theme, the aim of this festival is to shed light on women in front of and behind the camera lens, as well as those who envision strong female characters.

Activists say ‘Enough!’ to violence against women

Women and men  gathered in front of the National Museum in Beirut on December 23,.

Jerusalem as seen in AUB’s archives

The means through which political stances are expressed today are limitless. After US President Donald.

Water Scarcity in the Middle East as Explained by Dr. Hussam Hussein

On December 6, the Issam Fares Institute for Public Policy and International Affairs hosted a.

Why We Spend Two Hours in Traffic

“..the cost of road congestion is estimated at $2 billion/year (nearly 4% of GDP).” Twinkling.

Rusted Radishes Launches Its Sixth Issue

More than 130 people attended ‘Rusted Radishes’ magazine launch on Saturday, November 25, at Haven.