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MIRROS est une agence de communication qui propose des services de communication et de relations media dans les secteurs de l’art, de la culture, du développement et du social. Fondée par Joumana Rizk-Yarak en 2008 à Beyrouth, l’agence offre des solutions stratégiques et créatives avec une approche personnalisée et adaptée aux demandes spécifiques de chaque institution et projet au Liban et/ou dans la région. www.mirrosme.com

Dr. Myrna Abi Abdallah Doumit on the International Nurses Day: Safeguarding nurses has never been more critical

The President of the Order of Nurses in Lebanon, Dr. Myrna Abi Abdallah Doumit shared her words on the occasion of International Nurses Day, on May 12th; a day celebrated throughout the world but differently this year, because of COVID-19 and the circumstances that...


Youth in Lebanon and particularly in areas such as Akkar and North Lebanon have long been marginalized and suffer from lack of access to education and employment opportunities. The situation has recently been further exacerbated by the economic crisis. According to a report by the...

AD Leb launched its inaugural exhibition: Everyone is the creator of one’s own faith in memory of Gaïa Fodoulian

Titled Everyone is the creator of one's own faith, Art Design Lebanon’s first art exhibition opened in the historic Tabbal Building in Beirut on Thursday April 8. The exhibition title is a reference to the caption Gaïa Fodoulian wrote in her last Facebook post: a...

Industry disruptor Toothpick marks 100-day anniversary

Dentistry app reaches early milestone with impressive stats The Lebanese entrepreneurs behind the revolutionary dentistry app Toothpick had plenty to celebrate when the digital platform reached its 100-day anniversary recently, after notching up an impressive list of achievements in a spectacularly short space of time. Fittingly, over...

August 4, 2020 explosion: A documentary to highlight the courage of nurses

The nurses' union in Lebanon has published a documentary in English to inform the public of the various tasks performed by them and the courage it took in the face of the tragedy of the explosion of the port of Beirut which claimed the...

“The Place That Remains” back from Venice sheds light on the relation of the Lebanese to the land

After a memorable run as the first Lebanese Pavilion at the 16th International Architecture Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia, in 2018, the exhibition “The Place That Remains: Recounting the Unbuilt Territory” has returned to Beirut. It is being hosted by Beit Beirut until May 17, 2020. Designed...

A festive dance and music program in May at “Citerne Beirut”

Citerne Beirut, the all-new creative and artistic space, has launched its program for the month of May 2019. The platform will host an array of local and international artists such as Ghida Hachicho, Mitra Ziaee Kia and Hiva Sedaghat, Mahmoud Turkmani and others who will come to perform musical evenings, contemporary dance shows, exhibitions and workshops.
Citerne Beirut, the all-new creative and artistic space, has launched its program for the month of May, in a capital thirsty for performing and visual arts. The platform hosts an array of local and international artists who come to perform musical evenings, contemporary dance...

Skoun celebrates a rewarding year in outreach and treatment

Nadya Mikdashi, Tatyana Sleiman and Sarah Trad
The annual fundraising gala dinner held by Skoun, Lebanese Addictions Center, once again lived up to expectations by providing more than 500 guests, at the Old Chevrolet Showroom Building, with an unforgettable night, while raising funds for this worthy cause. The gala dinner proceeds account...