Green buildings respect the environmental impacts of the extraction of materials and processes related to their construction and operation, deliver cost savings and improved value to their owners, conserve energy and water consumption, and provide healthy indoor environment for the people who live and work in them. New green building initiatives and mandates in the region have provided the high-level support for improving design and construction practices and building performance.
The PMP® certification recognizes demonstrated competence in leading and directing project teams. It provides project managers with a solid foundation of experience, education and competency to successfully lead and direct projects that will have a positive impact on a company's bottom line results. This course gives you the knowledge and skills to ensure that your projects are completed on time and on budget while giving your client the agreed upon product. It uses presentations, exercises, and discussions of industry-specific examples.
Centre for Lebanese Studies & Oxford-Brookes-University in collaboration with Blue Mission Organization and Al-Jana Organisation invite you to the launching of the program "From Education to Employment: Youth Trajectories in Jordan & Lebanon" in the context of protracted displacement Education to Employment funded by ESRC: Economic and Social Research Council & IDRC / CRDI Canada’s International Development – Global Affairs Canada
The PMP® certification recognizes demonstrated competence in leading and directing project teams. It provides project managers with a solid foundation of experience, education and competency to successfully lead and direct projects that will have a positive impact on a company's bottom line results.
We will discuss what the environmental crisis is made of, and where are the myths and the realities. Is there really plastic in our food? How is climate change affecting us? We will try to take distance from emotions and see the factual picture.
This course is open to people wanting to get a better understanding of stereotypes and power dynamics in the context of journalism and media, and find ways to do more just and equitable reporting and writing.
This training explores social work practice in light of these contextual and relational dynamics, taking a step back to redirect our actions where necessary and to the extent possible. By exploring various tools and sharing experiences, it aims at better understanding power dynamics that emerge and form in the field and at exploring new approaches for interventions. The objective is to enable the implementation of fair and equitable projects for all.
“About A War” film produced by Daniele Rugo & Abi Weaver and in collaboration with the Centre for Lebanese Studies and the Lebanese Association for History.
The film explores violence and memory, sectarian divide and sustainable peace in Lebanon told through the stories of ex-fighters from the Lebanese Civil War (1975-1990).
During this event, we will launch the third issue of the Civil Society Review*, our peer-reviewed journal, as well as introduce its editorial board. This issue offers insights into the transformation of the “associative sector” in Lebanon and Palestine, a sector generally seen to be at the core of an increasingly active civil society.
The event is a Panel Discussion in association with Caritas Lebanon and the Hariri Foundation for Sustainable Human Development to discuss the Participation of the Non-Governmental Organizations and Institutions in the Execution of the United Nations Sustainable Development Plan.
The Protection Sector at URDA, is seeking to launch a new Social and Interactive Campaign under the name “! ھدیتك عنا ” or “We Have a Gift for You”.
This event constitutes an opportunity for attendees to identify like-minded organisations and conceive potential collaborations, in order to strengthen civil society cooperation and synergies.
The Community Mobilising Team of forumZFD Lebanon will be organising a Practitioner’s Exchange on Participation & Peaceful Change in Communities - Catalyzing Constructive Change Processes, Conflict Transformation & Empowerment in Fabrika, Achrafie, Beirut on December 3rd to 5th, 2018.
Lebanese Association for History (LAH) Five Years Anniversary - November 24th 2018
سيتناول النقاش الذي يشارك في تنظيمه دعم لبنان ومجموعة الأبحاث والتدريب للعمل التنموي التحّديات الراهنة التي يواجهها تحقيق المساواة في حقوق المواطنة في ظلّ بيئةٍ سياسيةٍ يبدو أنّها غير ملتزمة بالمساواة الجندرية الجوهرية، وسيناقش الاستراتيجيات النسوية لتحقيق هذه الغاية.
The Gender in Development and Humanitarian Assistance (GDHA) Certificate is a continuing education program designed for students, practitioners, and policymakers. The program addresses gender issues in development and humanitarian settings. GDHA innovatively incorporates academic knowledge with high-level expertise to create a new standard in gender education for development and humanitarian professionals. The standards are in-line with internationally-recognized practices. Moreover, the program builds local capacity to address local issues, building a cadre of motivated professionals in the Arab region.
ABAAD with the support of Foundation De France and University of Colorado - Boulder is honored to invite you to the launching ceremony of "Policies and procedures manual for the establishment and management of emergency safe shelters for women and girls survivors of gender based violence."