This section is mainly dedicated for inspiring students and allowing them to share their papers or thoughts on specific issues that are within the scope of our work in CIBL with the public. Dissertations and theses prepared by students as part of their final year project on a particular subject can be found here. Blogs written in a less formal and more conversational manner are also included in this section.
Did you write a paper for a course or a thesis on inclusion? Send us a summary our way to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to review it and publish it.
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|> GENDER DISCRIMINATION AND INEQUALITY IN LEBANESE HEALTHCARE SYSTEMS - Lili Zeidan, Senior Student, Biology Major, AUB||> IRAQI WOMEN: EMPLOYMENT AND SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS - Hassan Najem, Senior Student, Biology Major, AUB|
|> PREGNANCY AT WORK IN THE MENA REGION THROUGH A FEMINIST PERSPECTIVE - Jad Sarkis, CCE Senior, AUB||> CORRUPTION, GENDER, AND DISATSER RESPONSE - Ray Thomas Katbe, MEPI-TIs Gender Scolar, AUB|
|> PARENTAL LEAVE IN LEBANON: BETTER LIFE AT WORK AND AT HOME FOR BOTH PARENTS - Faten Staitiyeh, MEPI-TLG Program Student, AUB|
> The Strive for Women’s Dignified Workforce Participation Across the MENA Region - Malak Bakkar, Business Administration, AUB, OSB
|> COMBATTING SEXUAL HARASSMENT IN THE WORKPLACE AND BUILDING INCLUSIVE HR SYSTEMS - Mirriam Hijazi, Senior Nursing Student, MEPI-TLS Gender Studies Scholar, AUB|
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