Education bulletins

Lycée Verdun addresses the families following the latest judiciary decision

Lycée Verdun addresses the families following the latest judiciary decision

The lycée Verdun has issued a statement following the decision of the Judge of Urgent Matters regarding the settlement of the 3rd trimester. “While sympathizing and understanding the depth of the economic crisis that is hitting us all, the Lycée regrets the tension and the atmosphere of conflict that the Parents Committee is provoking by

UNESCO Beirut supports the Center for Educational, Research and Development through a train of trainers’ online workshop on “Learning to Teach Online”

Beirut, 20 May 2020 – The COVID-19 outbreak has translated into a major education crisis, causing school closure worldwide and disruption of regular education services.  In the Arab region, where 13 million children and youth are already out-of-school due to conflict, an additional 100 million learners are now affected by school interruption. While many Arab

UNESCO and Education Cannot Wait provide the Ministry of Education and Higher Education with online learning material for teachers and students

Beirut, Lebanon Monday, 11 May 2020 (UNESCO/Ministry of Education and Higher Education)- The COVID-19 outbreak has translated into a major education crisis. In Lebanon, 1.2 million children are affected by school closure and have seen their learning routine disrupted. While Lebanon has switched to distance teaching and learning to mitigate the effects of such disruption, challenges

Cannes Lions launches Lions Live

A digital education platform to support the creative community  20 April 2020 – Cannes Lions today introduces Lions Live, a digital education, inspiration and networking experience that will run throughout June under the theme ‘Creativity Matters’. Activity will build to a peak during the original dates of the Festival of Creativity, 22-26 June.Lions Live will comprise masterclasses

290 million students out of school due to COVID-19: UNESCO releases first global numbers and mobilizes response

Paris, 4 March – School closures in thirteen countries to contain the spread of COVID-19 are disrupting the education of 290.5 million students globally, a figure without precedent. UNESCO is providing immediate support to countries, including solutions for inclusive distance learning. “We are working with countries to assure the continuity of learning for all, especially

AMIDEAST and Citi Foundation Recognize 72 Lebanese Youth Participants in the Skills for Success®: Employability and Entrepreneurship Program

AMIDEAST and the Citi Foundation are proud to be recognizing 72 youth who participated in the Skills for Success®: Employability and Entrepreneurship program, a two-year partnership designed to provide economic opportunities for youth in Lebanon. On February 22, we will celebrate the graduation of the program’s participants. The program, part of the Citi Foundation’s global


Endeavor Lebanon strengthens expansion and networking opportunities for high-impact Lebanese companies As part of its continuous efforts to support Lebanese high-impact entrepreneurs to scale their businesses across borders, 20 investors and high impact entrepreneurs from the Endeavor Lebanon network joined DealMakers 2020 in Riyadh, a flagship investor networking event organized by Endeavor Jordan in collaboration