Women in Nanotechnology: Breaking All Barriers

women in nanotechnology

Women in Nanotechnology: Breaking All Barriers Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) fields are catalysts for the achievement of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Yet, for social, cultural, and psychological reasons, women’s engagement and participation are still considered lower than men’s. As women take on more leadership roles advancing social and political change, women’s…

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Find Your Voice With “De Bouche à Oreille”

De Bouche a Oreille

  When was « De Bouche à Oreille » founded? What inspired you to start the business? De Bouche à Oreille was founded in 2018 by fellow Speech Therapist Stéphanie Younes. As a Speech and Language Therapist, opening our first practice would be considered a remarkable accomplishment as the experience gained from a clinical setting is keenly…

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Ghida Anani – Founder & Director of ABAAD

Ghida Anani

  Ghida Anani is the Founder & Director of ABAAD – Resource Centre for Gender Equality, a leading CSO in the region advocating for gender equality, women’s rights, and the political participation of women in Lebanon. Ghida is putting in place the infrastructure for a sustainable system of protection against gender-based violence. She engages stakeholders…

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Sally Hurst-Chef And Food Writer

Food Writer

Sally Hurst is an American chef and food writer who has recently moved to Johannesburg, South Africa. She received my MFA in Creative Non-Fiction Writing at Columbia University’s School of the Arts in New York but decided her heart was really in the kitchen and so worked to receive her Grand Diplome in Culinary Arts…

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Dr. Zeina Ghossoub, An Empowerment Icon

Empowerment Icon

  Dr. Zeina Ghossoub, An Empowerment Icon   Dr. Zeina, what inspired you to embark on your journey in coaching? And what are the main traits one must possess to become a coach? Being a dietitian for 10 years and feeling that I was failing in helping my patients change their behavior towards their relationship…

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Women on Academic Boards: Sought after or Imposed?

women on boards

  Women on Academic Boards: Sought after or Imposed? Higher Education (HE) institutions are the main source of knowledge because of the very essence of their existence; they are expected to set the path to exemplary practices, more specifically towards the endorsement of female talent across top decisional positions. In HE leadership, gender is not…

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Cryptocurrencies: An Illusion or Reality?

Cryptocurrencies

   “Cryptocurrencies are the NEW Hedge against the DYING Dollar” – Robert Kiyosaki “It is not a durable means of exchange, it’s not a store value” – Warren Buffet Since its creation, cryptocurrency has caused a lot of controversy and disagreement. Financial firms, central banks, regulators, investors, and governments are all reconsidering how cryptocurrency technologies are…

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Lebanon’s Economic Crisis Takes its Toll on Diabetic Patients

lebanon economic crisis

  Lebanon’s Economic Crisis Takes its Toll on Diabetic Patients During the 16th edition of the World Diabetes Day conference, the Lebanese Society of the Endocrinology Diabetes and Lipids – LSEDL, in collaboration with the Chronic Care Center – CCC, launched the “Diabetes Cannot Wait” campaign that sheds the light on the concept of Access…

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