Archive for the ‘Australia’ Category

Live Lebanon, a one-of-its-kind U.N. Development Program project strives to revolve Lebanese expatriates to channel money from abroad to help development projects in Lebanon. This reminds me of an endeavor the innercircle promoted back in ’09 with Team Lebanon on Kiva. Fadi Salameh is the Institutional Goodwill Ambassador for UNDP Live Lebanon, representing the Live Lebanon […]

Marcel Ghanem’s Kalam el Nass traveled all the way accross the globe to shed light on the bright Lebanese Expatriates residing in Australia. Promoting strengthened bonds between the peoples of Australia and Lebanon and the advancement of the Australian Lebanese community, a flagrant and affluent dinner was held by the Lebanese Australian Foundation, and Marie Roslyn […]

By Ailsa Burns as written in the New Matilda Why exactly does Australia traditionally support Israel, despite that country’s continued defiance of UN resolutions? Ailsa Burns looks at some possible explanations In the wake of the recent Dubai assassination scandal, Australia has abstained from a vote on human rights abuses during Israel’s attack on Gaza, […]

New Matilda – Many observers of the ongoing debate over Israel and its place in Middle Eastern issues have wondered at the ferocity and influence of those voices promoting what is often called a “pro-Israel” position. Depending on who you talk to it is a lobby, or definitely NOT a lobby, or a loose coalition […]

This message is on behalf of: Maria Abou Abdallah To whom it may concern, I am looking for volunteers to participate in a study investigating the Lebanese-Australian cultural identity. The study is being conducted under the supervision of Professor Yoshihisa Kashima in the School of Behavioural Science at the University of Melbourne and has been […]