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Pamela Chrabieh Badine holds a PhD in Sciences of Religions (Université de Montréal, Québec, Canada). She is a Visiting Research Scholar and the Director of International Relations at the Canada Research Chair in Islam, Pluralism and Globalization (Université de Montréal). She is also a Researcher and a Teaching Fellow at the Institute of Islamic-Christian Studies (Université Saint-Joseph de Beyrouth, Lebanon). She published numerous scientific articles and books in Canada and Lebanon on the Interreligious Dialogue, the Politics-Religions-Society relations in the Near Eastern area, and on the role of the Lebanese Civil Society and Diaspora in building Peace.
Please list the countries and/or regions in which you (or your organization) have direct and significant expertise
Near Eastern societies
What is your current country of residence (or location of your organization)?
What is your current job (and organization) and/or where and what field are you studying?
Visiting research scholar and Teaching fellow (University of Montreal, Canada; St Josef University of Beirut, Lebanon) - Fields: Societies-Politics-Religions in the Middle East
Which are your primary sectoral areas of expertise (or the primary sectoral areas of your organization) ?
Peacebuilding, Conflict Resolution, Democratization, Gender, Youth, Education, Civil Society
Which are your primary skills areas(or the primary skill areas of your organization)?
Training, Evaluation, Program Design, Intervention, Research
What are some of your current areas of research (if any)?
Peacebuilding and Conviviality in schools in Lebanon
Peacebuilding and Youth
The Lebanese Blogosphere: memories of war and peace
Human rights in the Muslim World
Religions and Politics in the Middle East
If appropriate feel free to list several of your (or your organization's) publications
Books: Icônes du Liban, au carrefour du dialogue des cultures, Montréal, Carte Blanche, 2003; À la rencontre de l’Islam, itinéraire d’une spiritualité composite et engagée, Montréal, Médiaspaul, 2006; Voix-es de paix au Liban, Contributions de jeunes de 25-40 à la reconstruction nationale, Beyrouth, Dar al-Machreq, 2008.
VISIT MY BLOG: http://pchrabieh.blogspot.com
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LIKE YOUR PROFILE. I ALSO HAVE A DEGREE IN THEOLOGY, AND PRESENTLY FINISHING A STUDY IN PEACE BUILDING AND CONFLICT RESOLUTION IN THAILAND WHERE CRAIG ZELIZER TAUGHT ME. INTERESTED IN LEARNING A LITTLE MORE ABOUT GLOBALIZATION AND OHTER RELIGIONS.
Please read my profile, I am begining my thesis research later this month, on Mulsim integration in Italy. My topic will be taking a close look at the impact of Islam on migrants in Italy, religious identity will be my main theme. Would like to hear from you....
I was very pleased with reading your profile and credentials. Auguri, all the best....
your study and research in inter religion is a great thing,entire world is in grip of inter religious conflicts,specialy christnity ,islam,hindu.without religion we may not be so violet as we being a religious person,if realy think,study,obsurve our own concious,compassion for other menkind ,no doubt our human nature can not be so violent.if we ask our inner concious it will guide better then any religion.
Hi Pamela Chrabieh Badine,
Thanks for being my friend.
Right now I am working with NalandaWay Foundation. NalandaWay Foundation helps disadvantaged (marginalized Ex: Dalit, Child laborers…) children do extra-ordinary things in life. We create platforms for children to express themselves through drama, music and films. NalandaWay has produced 47 media productions through Newsletters, Radio, TV, Films, Music and Theatre festivals with the direct participation of over 3900 children in India.
You said that “there is a similar system same like caste system in Lebanon. I would like know more abot that. Can you plz help me in that.
You are doing great for peace. I am really interested with you Idea on dialogue process between conflicting Parties .It is really great Idea We need do like this for reconciliation process in Nepal. I have already worked a lot of Human rights and civil society in Nepal for conflict Mitigation Programme. It would be nice to share our experiences on peace building and reconciliation Idea for Post conflict situation.
You are really doing great works. I am also interested in your Visions of conviviality in Schools in Lebanon, Peacebuilding and Youth and Women and Peace. I am also working on Parent-Teacher Relations, Peacebuilding and Youth, Women and Peace, Civil Society and Conflcit Transformation, Ethnic Conflict and Its Transformation etc.
Thanks for your Prompt response .As you know The Nepali armed conflict has been finished and it’s going to transformation in to Peace. Constituent assembly has been finished and Now Nepal is in process pf Constitution making hope Nepali people will get more freedom and Human rights soon. Just 1 months before Nepal has been made republic country. But Nepal has still a lot of challenging like Post conflict Development, Reconciliation, Reintegration rebellion Army (PLA) and inclusive constitution.
We will be in touch .Could you write me about your working experiences in Lebanon ??
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