SEPADPod with Carmen Geha

3rd Mar 2020 by Simon Mabon

On this episode of SEPADPod Simon speaks with Carmen Geha, Assistant Professor in Public Administration at the American University Beirut. Carmen is the author of a number of articles around civil society, power sharing and resistance, and the 2016 book Civil Society and Political Reform in Lebanon and Libya: Transition and Constriant. On this episode Simon and Carmen talk about the influence of activism on scholarship, civil society, facilitating change from within or revolutionary change, the YOUSTINK protests, gender, and the importance of agency.

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