forumZFD and the Lebanese Association for History (LAH) in collaboration with the Barbir Hospital have organized an exhibition on “Sites of Commemoration in Lebanon: Towards a better understanding of the past”. The exhibition took place on Saturday, 29 April, 2017 from 11am to 2pm at the Barbir Hospital building
“Is Diversity a complex historical concept?” faciltated by Dr. Maha Shuayb, Nayla Hamadeh, Dr. Amine Elias and Jihane Francis on April 7-8, 2017.
Building Historical Thinking with with teachers in Baakline, Shouf as part of the National Expansion Program.
LAH teachers received by students and a welcome word in Arabic at the Lazars School in Helsinki.
Discussing the strife for the history curricul with Christine Cousell and Simon Abdel Massih (March 2015)
Teaching students to think like historians by examining historical evidence (February 2015)
Riitta Mikkola, vice president of the Finnish History Association, presenting the new educational reform in History and Social Studies in Finland (December 2014)
Networking and collective planning at the regional seminar organized in collaboration with Euroclio (May 2014)
LEBANESE ASSOCIATION FOR HISTORY
The Lebanese Association for History was established by a group of educationalists, history teachers, academics and activists who work together to contribute to the development of disciplinary approaches to History education in Lebanon. LAH has established collaborations with a number of associations and universities including, Euroclio, the Finnish Association for History Teachers, the Center for Lebanese Studies, Notre Dame University – Louaize, and the Lebanese American University...
The ministry of education and higher education, with the support of the center of educational research and development, the British Council, the institute of citizenship and diversity management, and EUROCLIO organized a conference on teaching history in Lebanon:...
The Lebanese Association for History, with collaboration of the Center for the Lebanese Studies, is continuing the series of workshops on the capacity building of history teachers as part of its program: HOW TO MAKE OUR STUDENTS YOUNG HISTORIANS? for the academic...