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Remembering Mona Chemali Khalaf

 

DSC_8428 copy.jpg    The Institute for Women’s Studies in the Arab World honored and remembered its former Director, Mona Chemali Khalaf, in an event held on Thursday, January 25, 2018. Ms. Khalaf was the director of IWSAW from 1997 until 2005. She was an advocate for women empowerment, a founding foremother and a distinguished professor at the Adnan Kassar School of Business (AKSOB). Over a hundred people gathered to remember her.

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NOW HIRING: Project Manager

LAU’s Institute for Women’s Studies in the Arab World (IWSAW) is currently searching for a Project Manager to oversee the project “Equality for Everyone: Gender Reform from Grassroots to Government.”

This project is funded by the Middle East Partnership Initiative (MEPI) for the purpose of strengthening the relationship between existing civil society organizations and elected officials to increase government accountability and impact reform on gender related issues.

The Project Manager will liaise with speakers and trainers; will be responsible for all logistics in regards to the different workshops, roundtables, lectures, and trainings; and will be the focal point for all beneficiaries, partners and MEPI.

Position Summary:

The position of Project Manager is to organize and prepare the different activities but also entails report writing and donor relations. The Project Manager will also work on certain research activities.

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Director’s Update: September 2018

We’re fully into fall! As the meme says: Our favorite season is the fall of the patriarchy!

One of our first events this fall was a performance called “Taa Sakina” in collaboration with LAU’s Department of Communication Arts. “Taa Sakina” follows the stories of twelve women at the Abbasiya Psychiatric Hospital in Egypt dealing with mental health issues. The play was followed by a panel discussion informed by experts and fueled by student questions.

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