Tagged: Lebanon

Expressing Sexuality Through Art

To commemorate World Sexual Health Day (September 4), an art exhibit entitled “Good Sex/ Bad Sex/ No Sex/ Your Sex” was held at AltCity, in Hamra. “Sexuality is such a...

Deconstructing Sexual Harassment

One of the challenges of addressing sexual harassment is that it is, to a large extent, hard to define. It could be reduced to “unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual...

What is sexual harassment?

Speak Up Against Sexual Harassment

This illustration is my contribution to the blogging and tweeting day against sexual harassment and gender-based violence, a call to action on June 20 initiated by activists in Egypt. In Lebanon,...

Green the Grey in Sassine Square

Green The Grey In Sassine Square

On Saturday, June 4, 2011, which coincides with the World Environment Day weekend, Beirut Green Project held a public intervention called Green the Grey in Sassine Square, Achrafieh. The objective...

Handala graffiti in Hamra

Handala Takes A Stand In Hamra

From approximately 1975 through 1987, Naji Al-Ali created cartoons that depict the complexities of the plight of Palestinian refugees, with Handala, the refugee child, as their centerpiece. “The child Handala is...

Cost Of Sectarianism In Lebanon

On April 12, 2011, the Human Rights and Peace Club and the Secular Club at the American University of Beirut hosted a lecture by economist Dr. Jad Chaaban entitled “The...

10 Smoking Things

10 Things You Should Know About Smoking in Lebanon is an infographic I designed to support the new tobacco-control bill that has been submitted to the Lebanese Parliament. The new bill,...

Google doodle inspired by Lebanese dialect

Hi! Kifkon? Ça va? – A Google Doodle

I made this Google Doodle for Abaadblobs.com, the search engine for the Lebanese blogosphere developed by @migheille. “Hi! Kifkon? Ça va?” is the typical Lebanese greeting, combining English (Hi), Arabic...