pamela-chrabieh-france-24Since 1998, Media appearances and interviews – Canadian, European and Lebanese/Arab Media  (Documentaries/Movies, TV, Radio, Press, Online Media)

Radio Canada International, Dailymotion, Electrochocks Productions (Canada), L’Hebdo Magazine (Lebanon), Raoul-Dandurand Chair (University of Quebec in Montreal, Canada), Arab Woman TV Channel (Lebanon), Pimiento Productions (Canada), OTV (Lebanon), (TELUQ, University of Quebec in Montreal, Canada), Radio Monte Carlo (France), L’Orient-le-Jour (Lebanon), An-Nahar (Lebanon), Télé Lumière (Lebanon), El-Nashra Finance (Lebanon), Inter-Faith Tour (France), Témoignage Chrétien (France), Al-Hurra (Lebanon), National News Agency (Lebanon),  Lebanon Files, Liban Chroniques Civiles (Blog), Electronic Intifada, France 24, Al Joumhouria (Lebanon), Al-Monitor, Faculty of Theology and Sciences of Religions News (Montreal, Canada), The National (UAE), Al Khaleej, Al Bayan, Al Hayat, Panet Online Platform, Panorama Journal, Green Corner, Echo Beirut, Lebanese Center for Research and Consulting, Rotana TV, …


Below are few links to interviews and documentaries/videos:


Flash Back…? Ou Ba3dein (Documentary by Nada Raphael, 2007, featuring Pamela Chrabieh)




Baklava Blues (Les Libano-Canadiens de retour au Liban, Documentary by Pimiento Productions, Radio Canada, featuring Pamela Chrabieh)


Voici la onzième édition des portraits de blogueurs, avec Pamela Chrabieh Badine (Entrevue par Philippe Martin, Dailymotion).



Hayda el We2e3, OTV – Lebanon, April 2013 (Interview – Pamela Chrabieh. Go to: 23:27).


Interfaith Tour – Step 20: Lebanon (Documentary featuring Pamela Chrabieh).

France 24 Interview – Women’s roles and situations in the Middle East and the issue of ‘hymen’


Arab Woman TV – Nissa’ fy alwajiha (Interview- Pamela Chrabieh), Lebanon, 25/03/2014






Dr. Pamela Chrabieh (AUD Review, Dubai-UAE, 2015)

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Bershka solivianta al Líbano con la camiseta de ‘Santa Muerte’

MÓNICA G. PRIETO | Publicado: 12/4/2013 08:13 – Actualizado: 09:25

Difícil ya parar una polémica fomentada por las redes sociales, si bien está destinada a eclipsarse. Como recuerda la autora del blog Red Lips High Heels, Pamela Chrabieh, “no es la primera vez que vemos indignación por imágenes religiosas. En 2011, el Daily Star informaba que el propietario de una tienda chií fue obligado a cerrar por vender sandalias estilo flip flop con cruces, lo cual inició un debate masivo online. En las sociedades occidentales, cosas de este tipo son consideradas normales. La cuestión es ¿somos demasiado sensibles cuando se trata de religión? ¿O es que ellos ya están acostumbrados?”.










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Rotana TV – on Women’s roles and situations in the Emirates and in the Middle East – Interview (Fall 2015).


ديار تنظم مؤتمراً دولياً بعنوان تعزيز المواطنة ودور الشباب المسيحي

بمشاركة شبابية واسعة بمختلف الجنسيات والثقافات نظمت ديارمؤتمراُ دولياً بعنوان “تعزيز المواطنة ودور الشباب المسيحي”، وذلك في الجمهورية القبرصية.

وقد شارك في المؤتمر شباب وشابات من مختلف الدول العربية من مصر، سوريا، لبنان، فلسطين، الأردن، حيث شمل المؤتمر تقديم بحوث وورشات تدريبية وعرض مبادرات شبابية.

diyar 2016




Interview by Dalia Bassyouni in Al Bayan (United Arab Emirates), May 5, 2017.

(دبي – داليا بسيوني) نظرات وعبارات… واقع الإنسان وتمرد الألوان

Women’s Day Celebration at AUD
MBRSC – American University in Dubai, March 6, 2018

In a celebration of feminist ideals and accomplishments amongst Middle Eastern women, American University in Dubai professors Pamela Chrabieh and Nadia Wardeh will be hosting an event at the AUD campus on Thursday, the 8th of March.

Women’s Day, an internationally celebrated and recognized holiday, made to appreciate and commemorate female rights and empowerment, is a particularly special time of year for many feminists on a global scale.

Professor Chrabieh, a feminist and activist, who teaches a course on the topic of Women and Gender in the Middle East is organizing the event.

“This year’s International Women’s Day theme is #PressforProgress, following the alarming World Economic Forum’s 2017 Global Gender Gap Report that showed gender parity will only be attainable 200 years from now” said professor Pamela Chrabieh.

“The cultural event at AUD is a local contribution to this year’s theme. We will gather to motivate the AUD community to think, act and be gender inclusive, and call-to-action for further positive gains for women in Southwestern Asia and North Africa,” she added.

Still, despite being led by professor Chrabieh, the main contributors are none other than her students. They will be cooking food relevant to the event, initiating activities and creating performances including a short play, poetry recital, and live paintings. The food will include traditional Arabic food such as vine leaves and hummus and also dessert such as cupcakes. Preparations for the even began back in early February so expectations are rather high.

“I’m excited to see what the students bring forth because they’re all very passionate feminists,” said Noor Kandil, a student involved with the preparations. “This event celebrates the cultural background, we honor our ancestors by sharing their food recipes and stories” she added.

This event is not just a celebration of women’s accomplishments and feminists’ achievements, but to also engage and educate AUD students on Middle Eastern feminism, what it stands for and its impact of modern society.

To take part in the event, visit the E-Lawn from 1-2pm on the 8th of March.

Photo Credit: Nelly Mahrous


أميركية دبي تحتفل بيوم المرأة العالمي


نظمت الجامعة الأميركية في دبي احتفالاً بمناسبة اليوم المرأة العالمي، شارك فيه عدد من أعضاء الهيئتين الإدارية والتدريسية والطلبة

وأكدت الدكتورة نادية وردة أستاذ مساعد بقسم دراسات الشرق الأوسط أن هذا اليوم مناسبة عظيمة لتقدير جهود المرأة والاحتفاء بإنجازاتها. كما أشارت الدكتورة باميلا شرابية أستاذة مشاركة بقسم دراسات الشرق الأوسط إلى أن هذا اليوم اعتراف عالمي بمكانة ودور المرأة في المجتمع

وأشادت الدكتورة سابرينا جوزيف عميدة كلية العلوم والآداب بما حققته المرأة في الإمارات بفضل الدعم الكبير من القيادة الحكيمة، وأوضحت أن الاحتفال تظاهرة اجتماعية عبر خلالها المشاركون ذكوراً وإناثاً عن أهمية المرأة ودورها المحوري في المجتمع

وتضمن برنامج الاحتفال إلقاء قصائد شعرية من قبل الطلبة وتقديم مسرحية ومعرضاً فنياً عبر من خلاله الطلبة عن دور المرأة الكبير في النهضة الحضارية للأمم

AUD Women’s Day Event Recap


Right as the first half of the semester approached its conclusion, and students of the American University in Dubai were preparing for their Spring Break, Professors Pamela Chrabieh and Nadia Wardeh gave the university’s students something to contemplate and to cherish as they hosted a Women’s Day event.

The constant strive for a progressive future encourages us all to battle for equality. One of the daily battles we must involve ourselves in is of course, to fight for women’s right and equality. The never ending dispute is personal to us all, and on Women’s Day we all had a chance for us to reflect and empathize with each other.

From a live play where the traditional gender norms were reversed in order to put certain issues in perspective, to poetry recitals where students addressed and shared their personal struggles, the university event successfully made its students witnesses on the daily issues that women go through.

Besides the live performances, students from Professor Chrabieh and Wardeh’s classes brought in home made dishes and shared their own stories about how those foods had feminist connotations, be it on a societal or personal level. The food included; Vine Leaves, Kunafa, Cupcakes, hummus among other things.

While the food could have been the main attraction that motivated the students to partake in the event, the Arabic music playing in the background accompanied by several relevant activities and the artwork on display created a vibe that encouraged the students to stick around for the entire hour. Other than students, professors and faculty members also joined in on the annual event.

While the event was meant to be enjoyable to those in attendance, Professor Pamela Chrabieh also wanted there to be an educational factor. “As I see it, the engagement of governments in Southwestern Asia and North Africa is important for gender inclusiveness and equality progress, but certainly not enough; any top down change initiative needs to be communicated appropriately through official and non-official channels such as education (in schools and universities), knowledge production and dissemination (research centers, independent scholars), media campaigns and continuous awareness programs (traditional media, social media), along within the private sphere” she said.

Equality, or lack thereof has created an ubiquitous problem in this particular region, and while there are a plethora of men who refuse to even address this issue, it was uplifting to see so many men from the younger generation show interest in having a progressive future where equality is expected and common.

The success of this year’s event leaves us all hopeful to what the Professors and their students have in stored for next year.