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Scholarships for Cultural Immersion Program in July 2020

ENGLISH (Versión en español más abajo) SINARC, LAU’s institute for intensive Arabic language and Culture studies, has developed a new Cultural Immersion program to be launched in July 2020 and we encourage you to be a part of it! For this reason, and thanks to LAU’s help and support, we will be awarding scholarships for participants in the program! This 10-day ...

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WLCU World Secretary General and WLCU Youth President in Lebanon – October 2019

ENGLISH (Versión en español más abajo) WLCU World Secretary General, Mr. Roger Hani, and WLCU Youth Council President, Mr. Sergio de los Ríos Feghali, were present in Lebanon during the month of October visiting various government officials, universities and news agencies. The WLCU officials’ trip began in the Tripoli Serail to thank Governor of North Lebanon, Mr. Ramzi Nohra, for ...

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WLCU Youth and LAU Sign MOU!

ENGLISH (Versión en español más abajo) On October 17th, 2019, WLCU World Secretary General Mr. Roger Hani and WLCU Youth Council President, Mr. Sergio de los Ríos Feghali, were present at the Lebanese American University Byblos Campus to officially begin a collaboration between the WLCU and the academic institution by signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU). The MOU was signed ...

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Lebolution 2019 Recap

Between July 21st and August 1st, 2019, Lebanon saw yet another wave of WLCU Youth (WLCUY) tour the country for the third version of LEBolution, the WLCUY’s World Conference! Put together by the WLCUY Board and the WLCU World Secretary General, LEBolution 2019 brought together 191 participants from 17 different countries, ready to explore and discover the beauty of the ...

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World Youth Congress Day

During World Lebanese Cultural Union Congress Day we were welcomed by Lebanese American University (LAU) Byblos campus and started the day with the Contemporary Lebanon: Challenges and Opportunities panel organized by CELIBAL (Latin American Centre for Lebanese Studies) with the participation of various Lebanese thought leaders. After a Q&A session, LAU explained all the opportunities they offer for international students ...

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Georges Bechara Scholarship

In 2019, WLCU Board of Trustees President Mr. Bechara G. Bechara offered a full scholarship for a member of the WLCU Youth from Latin America to study Arabic at Universtié Saint Joseph (USJ) for a whole month! The winner of the scholarship, Daniel Martinez Sajjur from Chile, has shared her experience with us! The good news is that Mr. Bechara ...

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LEBolution 2019: Here We Come!

ENGLISH VERSION During the month of June, a delegation of the WLCU comprised of World Secretary General, Mr. Roger Hani, WLCU Youth President, Mr. Sergio de los Ríos Feghali, and WLCU Youth Secretary General, Ms. Christina Salamy, visited Lebanon with the objective of finalizing details for the LEBolution 2019. The third edition of LEBolution, the WLCU Youth’s World Conference, will ...

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“Encuentro Nacional de Formación”: Forming the Youth in Argentina

ENGLISH VERSION On June 15,16 and 17, in the City of Buenos Aires, Argentina, JUCAL’s (Argentinian-Lebanese Cultural Union’s Youth – acronym as per the name in Spanish) “National Formation Encounter” took place. The “ENF” (acronym as per the event’s name in Spanish) is considered JUCAL’s most important event since its purpose is to be able to instruct and develop current ...

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Bolivia: Uniting the Community Through Dinner Get-Togethers

ENGLISH VERSION The youth of the Lebanese Bolivian Cultural Union organized a fraternization dinner on Saturday, June 8, where members of the Lebanese Bolivian Cultural Union, among them President Rashid Omar, were also given appointments. The dinner was held in Santa Cruz de la Sierra in the Lebanese food restaurant where a variety of typical Lebanese dishes were served. This event, ...

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A New Board at the Lebanese Cultural Club!

ENGLISH VERSION The Lebanese Cultural Club of the University of Ottawa is a non-profit, non-religious and non-political student-run organization that creates an opportunity to share and display the Middle Eastern culture, art, customs, history and heritage with individuals all over Ottawa as well as those from out of town. Moreover, our objective is to create an atmosphere of solidarity and ...

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