Al Raida Journal

Issue 141-142, Spring/Summer 2013

Women and Photography

Online database of Lebanese experts

Library Resources

IWSAW and the LAU libraries are partnering to offer a wealth of resources on gender and women’s issues. Learn more

Dr. Abirafeh at LAU NYC Academic CenterDr. Abirafeh at LAU NYC Academic Center

Food 4 Thought: What it means to be a man in our society with masculinity expert Anthony KeediFood 4 Thought: What it means to be a man in our society with masculinity expert Anthony Keedi

World AIDS Day: Women have the right to equal access to health servicesWorld AIDS Day: Women have the right to equal access to health services

IWSAW Call for LAU Students to Participate in the 2016 Competition for the Mary Turner Lane Award!

LAU students can now apply for the Mary Turner Lane Award by submitting a research paper (undergraduate & graduate levels) or a creative writing essay, or journalistic piece with a focus on women and gender issues.

An amount of $500 and certificate will go to the best research paper or original piece of writing.

Deadline for paper submission: March 31, 2016

Click here to know more about the competition.

Director’s Update: February 2016

January’s chill has galvanized us into action!

Firstly, IWSAW is delighted to announce its new academic program – a Minor in Gender Studies! As you surely know by now, part of IWSAW’s work is to establish and support high-quality programs of study on gender issues at the undergraduate, graduate, and mid-career levels. This includes our Masters’ in Interdisciplinary Gender Studies, launched in 2014 and currently undergoing “renovation”. This also includes an exciting new plan in the works for a Certificate in Gender in Development and Humanitarian Assistance targeting mid-career professionals, delivered in partnership with LAU’s Continuing Education Program - more information coming soon! 

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