Doing Good by Doing Little: University Responsibility in a Violent Setting

GK Challenges, Chapters and other contributions, Governance and leadership

Lebanon’s very name evokes images of civil strife and destruction, of a society almost hopelessly divided  and open to exploitation by state and non state actors well beyond its borders. It is estimated that as  many as 100,000 (out of a population of ca. 3.5 million) Lebanese lost their lives in the years of civil war, 1976-1990,