MENASP Network Webinar Series – Autumn 2022 Season

MENASP Network Webinar Series – Autumn 2022 Season

The MENASP Network Webinar Series is a monthly virtual webinar (the last Wednesday lunchtime of each month) that acts as a platform for speakers from within the network and external leading thinkers to present their research. The MENASP Network Webinar Series aims to enable Network members and wider audiences to access new and ground-breaking research on social policy and conflict prevention. The webinars encourage cross-regional research exchanges and policy learning hence, a Middle East focus is not essential though, where possible, reflection on this region or a MENA specific country is encouraged.

 

We’re very excited to share with you the agenda of our webinars for the Autumn 2022 season below.

 


 

Upcoming Webinars:

 

Social Safety Nets in Saudi Arabia, with Dr Hanaa Almoaibed

Date: 13 December 2022

Time: 14.00 UK Time | 15.00 CET | 16.00 Lebanon Time

Platform: Zoom | Register here

 


 

Past Webinars

 

The Future of Yemen and Reimagining Humanitarian Engagement, with Sherine El Taraboulsi-McCarthy (NatCen International), and Ibrahim Jalal (Yemen Policy Center)

Date: 19 October 2022

Time: 13.00 UK Time | 14.00 CET | 15.00 Lebanon Time

Platform: Zoom | Watch the recording here.

 

World Development Challenges Report: Main Findings for Arab Countries, with UN ESCWA

Date: 02 November 2022

Time: 13.00 UK Time | 14.00 CET | 15.00 Lebanon Time

Platform: Zoom | Watch the recording here.

 

Civil Society Organisations Providing Social Services in Iraq: Why are some CSOs more directed towards the demands of their service recipients? with Ali Hamoudi

Date: 23 November 2022

Time: 13.00 UK Time | 14.00 CET | 15.00 Lebanon Time

Platform: Zoom | Watch the recording here.

 

 

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