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Beirut’s unity?
Beirut’s unity? | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanThe only symbol of Beirut’s unity, the only thing that holds Sasin Square and Al-Hamra together are the Starbuck’s and Costa coffee shops with branches in both locations, serving both sides with equal attention to detail and professional excellence.
 
Art Now in Lebanon
Art Now in Lebanon | babelmed | women - migration - mediterranean
 
LEBANON: a “Secret” Emancipation
LEBANON: a “Secret” Emancipation | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanIn a multi- denominational State like the Lebanon, you would believe that cultural differences are essentially linked to religion. But that would be too simple. In this country the issue of women emancipation transcends denominational rifts.
 
Al Bustan Festival 2008
Al Bustan Festival 2008 | babelmed | women - migration - mediterranean
 
Beirut: “Communities and territories” workshop for International and Lebanese artists
Beirut: “Communities and territories”  workshop for International and Lebanese artists  | babelmed | women - migration - mediterranean19th, 20th and 21st of November 2007, Beirut A platform for young artists, students and citizens to reflect and work on alternative proposals for public spaces in Beirut. The Workshop is dedicated to the current cultural, social and geo-political aspects of the city. It intends to investigate contemporary Beirut life, a city highly representative of the complexity of the Lebanese mosaic.
 
Smile please!
Smile please! | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanThe Hangar, Beirut, 18 June 2008 - 9 July 2008The exhibition "Smile please!" was presented for the first time in 1998 in Kreuzberg, Berlin. For its Beirut edition, Smile please will incorporate photos from the archive of the Lebanese studio Al-Marj.
 
Lebanese Women on the Foreground in Times of War
Lebanese Women on the Foreground in Times of War | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanThe women of the South of Lebanon and of the suburbs of Beirut, though they’re trying to rebuild what they’ve lost, haven’t forgotten those 33 days of horror, as they were the main targets of the Israeli attacks.
 
Beirut: The 7th Wave
Beirut: The 7th Wave | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanHamra, Beirut, 3rd and 4th of March 2008Audition workshop: “The 7th Wave” an exchange dance project.
 
3d Samir Kassir Award for Freedom of the Press
3d Samir Kassir Award for Freedom of the Press | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanDeadline for applicants: 30th of March 2008This year, as a sign of commitment to the promotion of human rights and freedom of expression in the Arab world, the award is also open to the Gulf countries, Libya, Iraq and Yemen.
 
Theatre in Beirut: How Nancy Wished...
Theatre in Beirut: How Nancy Wished... | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanThis summer, the Medina Theatre in Beirut hosted two presentations of the play "How Nancy Wished That Everything Was an April Fool's Joke." Written by Fadi Tawfik and Rabih Mroue. The play delves into confessions and remembrance of the war. The censor's decision was inspired on the contrary by the dominant "culture" of not calling things by their name..
 

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