eSkills4Girls framework is publishing a book (Women in Tech) in which Nayla Fahed is one of the 30 portrayed women. The book cannot be bought. Please contact [email protected] in order to get a hardcopy or click here for a web PDF version. This project was made possible by the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development.
As a Gulmakai champion, Nayla participated in the 5 days training in Dubai.
22 champions from Pakistan, Afghanistan, India, Nigeria, Brazil, Turkey and Lebanon participated in this training provided by INTRAC, a not-for-profit UK based association that provide training, consultancy and research to help civil society organizations and networks be more effective.
Nayla participated in C2-Montreal, invited by WISE accelerator. She mainly participated in the WISE conversation market about the future of education.
“C2 Montréal is a collaborative event that unlocks creativity in order to help leaders from all industries better face disruption and change.”
The theme that year was ‘Transformative Collisions’
Nayla was invited as a speaker to the re:publica conference in Berlin by the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ). re:publica was held in an old train station completely transformed for the event. Music, food stations, and exhibitions welcome you in a very young and tech environment.
For the second time, a representative from LAL attended the MLW in UNESCO Paris (March 26, 2018 until March 30). Nagi Ghorra, Co-Founder and Vice President of Lebanese Alternative Learning joined and participated in this important event.
Nayla Fahed, Nagi Ghorra & Muriel Albina met with students and teachers from the AUB’s Faculty of Education to expose the Tabshoura project and try to recruit volunteers to help us create content for the Tabshoura platform.