(UNESCO / Japan Young Researchers' fellowships programme)

Pauline Mouhanna

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Mouhanna Pauline Lebannon Né(e) le 11 September 1980 dans Beirut, Lebannon
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Last degree obtained: 

University of Paris II – Panthéon-Assas: Master 2, Information and communication (2007).

Scholarly work and publications: 

Les Libanais fuient leur passé en croyant l’oublier [The Lebanese are running away from their past by thinking it is forgotten], L’Hebdo magazine (24 December 2004).

La société coupable du dilemma [Society is to blame for the dilemma], L’Hebdo magazine (23 December 2004).

Le Liban au centre de l’Union pour la Méditerranée: Une place à reconquérir [Lebanon – reclaiming its place at the centre of the Union for the Mediterranean], L’Hebdo magazine, Lebanon (6 February 2009).

Île-de-France, la région où les associations sont les plus actives pour le Liban [Île-de- France (Greater Paris), where pro-Lebanon associations are most active], L’Orient le Jour, “Lebanese around the world” column, Lebanon (3 November 2010).

Les juifs libanais installés en France: Cher pays de mon enfance… [Lebanese Jews in France – beloved country of my childhood], L’Hebdo magazine, Lebanon (1 May 2009).

La Chine à Paris (Ed.), Robert Laffont, 2012.

As a journalist freelancer, Ms Mouhanna has written many articles for l’Orient le Jour and Magazine.



What the fellow says:

"I have published in Orient le Jour an article on FrancoLebanese associations and their impact on Lebanon. That article has been used by several sites. The article published as a result of my study has had an impact on Lebanon because it has made associations working in Lebanon’s interest aware of their difficulties, and above all helped them communicate with each other."