We are more than pleased to have our Nabad program mentioned by journalist Maya Khadra in Atlantico.fr as one of the change-makers in the arts and culture scene in Lebanon. Continue reading Nabad in Atlantico.fr: Making Changes in the Arts and Culture Scene in Lebanon following the Beirut Port Blast
This summer marks the release of the anthology The Beirut Call: Harnessing Creativity for Change, a collection [by the Nabad program – Dar al Kalima University College of Arts and Culture] from Elyssar Press that features the work of 21 artists, poets, professors, and activists exploring the theme of art as essential, especially in the wake of disasters. Continue reading We had to do something following the Beirut port blast
We invite all writers and readers to contribute articles and write related to Gender and Women’s Rights in Southwestern Asia/North Africa.
Continue reading Call for Papers – Telos Magazine Issue No 4, “Gender and Women’s Rights” in Southwestern Asia and North Africa
Telos Magazine Issue 3 – Cover photo by Dr. Pamela Chrabieh Continue reading Telos Magazine Issue 3 الهجرة والتهجير: مقاربات وخبرات
We are more than pleased to have our Nabad program featured in both the digital and printed versions of Issue 101 of Aesthetica Magazine, Recharge and Reset, p.134.
Continue reading Nabad in Aesthetica Magazine Issue 101: supporting artists in Lebanon and Southwestern Asia
The Beirut Call book is available now in print in Barnes & Noble as well as on Amazon and other international platforms and websites. Buy the book and support artists in Lebanon! Continue reading The Beirut Call in Barnes & Noble
As a founding member and member of the executive committee of CAFCAW, I was more than honored to attend this March 19, 2021 Youth Webinar. “A different perspective on the youth in the Arab World: today CAFCAW gathered 30 young people from Palestine, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon.They represent the ‘creative class,’ a socioeconomic group of young … Continue reading CAFCAW Youth March 2021 Webinar
Thanking my students from Germany and Spain for making it worthwhile to introduce them to interreligious dialogue in Lebanon while the country is collapsing. To Maria, Lucia, Hannah, Joris, Leonard, Charlotte, Nikolaus, Ludwig, Nathan, Jacob, Guillermo and Eleni: you definitely encouraged me to keep struggling for conviviality. I hope this course inspired you to learn … Continue reading “Interreligious Dialogue in the Middle East: the Case of Lebanon” Course at Saint Joseph University – Beirut – March 2021
It was a pleasure seeing you again and celebrating together Dar al-Kalima University College of Arts & Culture and CAFCAW new publication “Towards Inclusive Societies: Middle Eastern Perspectives”. For those interested in the subject, the book is available on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3t8pb5i Continue reading Towards Inclusive Societies: Middle Eastern Perspectives – Virtual Book Launch
Read the full article on the Nabad program and its projects in Lebanon, written by Florence Massena and published by London-based news website The New Arab – Elaraby.co.uk “The heart of Beirut – devastated by the August 4 explosion – was the home of many artists, cultural actors, and companies that were part of the social fabric … Continue reading Nabad: The Lebanese-Palestinian cultural initiative giving momentum back to cultural actors – by Elaraby.co.uk