Encounter with the Lebanese artist Ghada Jamal during her exhibition “Belonging for 1990-2022” depicting the suffering and hopes of Lebanon.
The European Union quickly responded to the Beirut blast with physical and financial aid to Lebanon.
It is not the event that market the beginning of their relations. EU-Lebanon partnership, in fact, started in 2002.
Will the EU be able to maintain the promises made 18 years ago even in this emergency situation?
The recent explosion that shook Beirut is having disastrous consequences for the people, and may have serious implications for the region’s peace and conflicts.
Laila Kaddour, from Tripoli, Lebanon, was interviewed by TNGO’s political analyst Aurora Ceccotti to have a personal point of view about what it means to live in Lebanon in this unprecedented historical period.
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