WLCU Youth

LEBolution 2019 Is Coming!

Basic Information Program Dates: July 21st – August 1st, 2019 Accreditation Cost: 600 USD Application Requirements Lebanese citizen or Lebanese descendant Currently residing outside Lebanon Between 18 – 30 years old   Application Process Application Form! Want to join us in LEBolution 2019? Fill out the application form on the link below starting October 1st! Application Form: Not yet 😉 ...

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The Crowning of Miss Emigrant Canada 2018

Canada On July 6th, 2018 the WLCU Ottawa Chapter was pleased to host the Miss Emigrant Canada 2018 pageant at the St. Elias Banquet hall in Canada’s Capital Ottawa. With the presence of the WLCU North America President Mr. Khalil Curi as well as the WLCU North America Secretary General Mr. Fadi Farhat, 12 young ladies of Lebanese descent graced ...

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Leaving a Mark!

Uruguay – AJUL In the following weeks we will be starting the last stage of the most recent part of our project “Leaving a Mark”, which consists of leaving the Lebanese mark in our country. This project began in 2016 in one of the CAIF centers (Child and Family Care Centers) of our country with different young people from Mexico, ...

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Youth in the forefront of Journées du Liban 2018 à Paris

France The 4th edition of Journées du Liban à Paris took place in May 18th, 19th and 20th of 2018 at La Halle des Blancs Manteaux in the 4th district of Paris. Organized by WLCU France and a collective of partner associations, this major French Lebanese event attracted not less than 10,000 visitors during these 3 days, visitors coming from ...

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Meeting with the Ambassador!

Argentina – JUCAL In the beginning of this year we had the joy as Lebanese collectivity and institution to welcome S.E. Johnny Ibrahim, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Lebanon in Argentina, new representative of the land of the Cedars in Buenos Aires. On June 18th the National President of the JUCAL (Argentina Lebanese Cultural Union Youth), Joel Habib, with the ...

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Lebanese political situation conversatory

Chile – JOL On Wednesday, July 4th, the Lebanese Youth of Santiago de Chile held a conference on the political situation in Lebanon, within the framework of a series of talks that JOL Chile will carry out during this year 2018. The objective of this cycle is self-training , through the discussion among all the members of the Youth on ...

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LEBolution 2017 official video

EN: At july, 21 2017,  200 youth of Lebanese descent from 17 different countries went to Lebanon for Lebolution. Today we share the official video of the trip! Enjoy! — ES: En 21 de julio de 2017, 200 jóvenes descendientes de libaneses de 17 países diferentes asistieron al Líbano para participar de Lebolution. ¡Este es el vídeo oficial del viaje! ...

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Lebanese Gastronomic Festival in Colombia

Bogotá, Colombia Since the group’s formation in 2016, JUCOLI – Colombia’s WLCU Youth chapter – has given special importance to Lebanese cuisine as one of the main pillars of Lebanese culture, and their latest event was no exception! Between April 24th and 29th, a Lebanese gastronomic festival was held in Bogotá as a joint initiative between the Lebanese Embassy in ...

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UN DPI\NGO Youth Representatives for WLCU present our mission on the international stage during the UN ‘Youth Dialogue’!

As part of the United Nations’ commitment to engage the youth on world issues and solutions, the President of the 72nd Session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), H.E. Mr. Miroslav Lajčák hosted an interactive and inspirational Youth Dialogue yesterday. He invited youth from all corners of the world to tackle the 3 main themes of the dialogue that ...

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The World Council for Youth

This is our World Youth Council for the 2018-2020 period! A little about each one of our members: Sergio de Los Ríos Feghali – President EN: “A third-generation emigrant, I was born in Bogotá, Colombia where I studied civil engineering and worked as a structural engineer. I’ve lived in Bogotá, Vancouver, Toronto and Porto, and currently reside in Madrid , ...

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