Those Who Inspire, the international movement that aims at shedding light on the inspirational figures in a specific country, recently launched in Beirut a new book in their collection!
Those Who Inspire LEBANON is set to inspire and motivate Lebanese Youth.
The book portrays 60 influential Lebanese from all walks of life (out of those, 31 portraits are on Lebanese women). The purpose of “Those Who Inspire” is to empower Millennials and to boldly encourage them to pursue
their dreams and, above all, believe in themselves.
Here are some of the men and women selected for this book: Ziad Abi Chaker, Lea Baroudi, Asma Andraos, Chadia El Meouchi, Maroun Chammas, Hibah Osman, Mariam Chaar, Michelle Mouracade, Georges Khabbaz, Ayad Nasser, Ray Bassil, Michael Haddad, Rindala Beydoun, May Chidiac and many others..
“I just spent around 9 months working on Those Who Inspire LEBANON, and I am amazed at how many inspiring Lebanese I´ve met are dedicated to inspire empower and guide their youth through sharing experiences” Alejandro Andrés, Co-Publisher TWI Lebanon.
Le volontariat dans des fermes au Liban permet l’échange culturel, la sensibilisation à l’environnement et la découverte du pays.
De plus en plus de touristes sortent des sentiers battus pour travailler dans des fermes biologiques libanaises en échange du gîte et du couvert.
Plus d’info sur Les Racines du Ciel, laboratoire de permaculture et d’éco-construction au Liban ici.
Article du 11 juillet 2018 dans l’Orient Le Jour ici.
A Phoenician-style boat (a 13 by 4 meter trireme) made of over 20 000 plastic bottles sailed from Byblos to Beirut this week end !
A fantastic initiative under the slogan “reviving our heritage, saving our environment” created by Lebanese American University (LAU) students and environmental activists.
This project raises awareness on our waste management crisis and “brings people together” to fight pollution.
Read more in the Daily Star here.
So much creativity and talent ! Check out this short documentary about Eli Rezkallah’s success story, the man behind the award-winning visual magazine Plastik. From a small local magazine to an internationally recognised publication and studio.
Local music pioneer Zeid Hamdan doing what he does best. A special collaboration with Maii Waleed and Dollkraut for the Ballantine’s True Music: Hybrid Sounds project. Check out this behind the scenes video.
This is the first single from sandmoon‘s Beirut-Berlin Session EP. “Shiny Star” written & composed by Sandra Arslanian / video directed & edited by Tracy Karam. Looking forward to hearing the rest of the album! #SupportLocalTalent
On April 12th, get ready to be enchanted by the new voice of soul music. Jalen N’Gonda will perform at Gardenstate for this year’s third concert produced by Light Fm Productions in collaboration with Beirut Jam Sessions. We got to chat with the star on the rise about his life in Liverpool, songwriting, his sixties …
Congratulations to the 8 young Lebanese innovators, artists and entrepreneurs who made it in this year’s Forbes 30 under 30! You make us proud.
Meet here Nicolas Zaatar, Hussein Bazaza, Mark Chahwan, Jad Sayegh, Jawad Farès, Ray Dargham, Ève Tamraz Najjar and Élissa Freiha.
“Many in the list are scattered across the globe as they strive to prove their mettle in countries far from home. With such diverse areas of expertise, these innovators are transforming the rules of business.”