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The pandemic's silver linings

Jordan: Rana Nejem tells OLBIOS about how the pandemic brought people together in the Arab world, often in unprecedented ways.

Rana Nejem OLBIOS interview OLBIOS: How would you describe the collective experience of the pandemic in Jordan and...

From footprints to handprints

We all know of the importance of a company’s footprint in relation to the environment, A handprint is equally important, writes Frantz Dhers

Hakawati and the Syrian Experience

From the UK, Juan delGado presents the wonderful initiative Qisetna

Bridging the gap with classical music

A very special choir presented by Sara Soltani, OLBIOS Correspondent in Austria.

Talking (about) Syria

preserving the Oral Heritage of Syrians

How to read where there are no books to read

the work of Tanyella Evans

Find ideas. Find people. Find money

the work of the ECF Labs

Why quilts matter

watch an excellent documentary about their history

Jews and Arabs living together

the Hand in Hand project

How to mobilize 4 million people

meet the organization Points of Light

Shakespeare meets the Arab world

Sulayman Al Bassam and the SABAB Theatre

Remarkable stories of medical progress

watch the documentary Getting better

Our favorite restaurant

the KOTO restaurant in Hanoi

Peace among the parents of the dead

an extraordinary joint Palestinian-Israeli organization

The library fight in Chile

the patient work of Veronica Abud

Turkish neighbors

and the urgency of a rescue team

Opening the global markets to artists

the Novica initiative

How do we overcome fear?

Martha Nussbaum, one of OLBIOS’s favorite thinkers, on the new religious tolerance

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