The Lebanese Diaspora: Importance & Impact on the future of Lebanon - Free Online Panel Discussion

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Thursday, November 18, 2021


8:30 pm


10:00 pm

Beirut/Lebanon Time

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The Lebanese Diaspora: Importance & Impact on the future of Lebanon - Free Online Interactive Panel Discussion by I Have Learned Academy In Collaboration with the German Foundation: KAS - Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Lebanon office

The Lebanese Diaspora has a huge impact on Lebanon, especially with the economic crisis and the support offered.

The diaspora is estimated to be around 14 million people, far more than the internal population of Lebanon of around 4.6 million citizens.

With the deadline for the elections registrations on 20 November for the Lebanese abroad, will the Diaspora help and support to vote for the Lebanon of tomorrow? How can the Diaspora also help Lebanon?

Join this panel discussion to debate the above!

In this panel, we will host:

- Danielle Chartouni - Impact Lebanon

- Raymond Hajj - Meghterbin Mejtem3in

- Souraya Al-Ahmar - TLDN

- Peggy Bedoyian - Cali for Lebanon

- Alain Dergham - MTV

Moderated by Randa Farah - I Have Learned Academy & Lebtivity

Booking information

Tickets are free, but booking is a must!

Places are limited, book here:

This session will be online from the comfort of your home.

This session is part of the Free Online Series Program done by I Have Learned Academy in collaboration with KAS: "Thoughts & Talks for a Better Lebanon"

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