By Noura Abou Ammo|2022-04-14T09:09:11+01:00April 14th, 2022|
"Lebanese importers are struggling to get dollars from a subsidy program to buy wheat from new suppliers, who are demanding large down payments and can reroute supplies if payments are delayed.” - The National News. This is just part of the situation with Lebanon, read on to find out more...
By Noura Abou Ammo|2022-03-16T17:17:43+00:00March 16th, 2022|
An in-depth account of the study of Arab history and the impact of world leaders and what that meant for the democratic state in the Middle East. How all great change starts with a thought in the mind of an individual.
By Noura Abou Ammo|2021-10-25T19:07:39+01:00October 24th, 2021|
Following the world’s biggest non-nuclear blast in 2020 that took place in Lebanon’s capital, Beirut, we explore through interviews with young people, how we can restore hope...or is it too late?
By Noura Abou Ammo|2021-09-16T18:16:11+01:00September 14th, 2021|
As Lebanon’s problems continue to accumulate while politicians flounder for short-term solutions, its youth is left to fend for itself in the midst of the chaos, birthing destructive coping mechanisms and mental health issues.