Archive for the ‘Circle Ethics’ Category

It was a promise by MTV and a heartfelt endeavor to the circle. An additional reason, not objected in the report, was the adamant fact that you no longer see Lebanon’s mountains, its horizon, its paysage, the greenery of what’s left of our Lebanon; For what? Loud & vulgar ads, imposing an “in yo’ face” […]

Patronnée par Son Excellence Monsieur Johan Verkammen, Ambassadeur de Belgique Le Samedi 28 novembre 2009 de 18 à 20h00 en sa Résidence à Yarzé/Baabda En remerciement pour l’engagement de DEFILIBAN et de ses partenaires locaux dans le projet belge et international « LES TAMBOURS POUR LA PAIX », Et à l’occasion de la visite de Monsieur […]

A teacher experiments the effects of segregation and racism on third graders. & part 4

Search for Common Ground (SFCG), an international conflict transformation NGO, created Kilna Bil Hayy, or “All of Us in the Neighborhood,” in the hope of enlightening young viewers to the commonalities shared between Lebanon’s different communities. The 13-part series, which was funded by Denmark’s Rockwool Foundation, focuses on six families who live in the same […]

Marc Abizeid – Cartoonists representing a variety of Lebanese newspapers gathered in Beyrouth’s Madina Theater Thursday for a discussion sponsored by the Swiss Embassy titled “How to Draw Lebanon Today,” in a bid to launch a week-long exhibition at the theater featuring their collaborative works. The discussion was hosted by Swiss The International Herald Tribune cartoonist […]

Clowns and street performers danced in the rainy streets of Lebanon’s capital on Tuesday bringing holiday cheers to the shopping district. Thirty performers from Germany, Italy, Morocco and Lebanon donned rainbow-coloured wigs and red plastic noses to put on a show, as frustrated drivers blasted their horns. Some clowns walked on stilts as others danced, juggled, […]