Prospects of Electoral Reform in Lebanon
Nicol 222, Beirut campus
The Institute for Social Justice and Conflict Resolution and the Department of Social Sciences are hosting a lecture titled “Prospects of Electoral Reform in Lebanon” by Hassan Krayem.
Krayem holds an M.A. and a Ph.D. in Political Science from University of Southern California in Comparative Politics and Economic Development. He has been working in the field of governance for the past 12 years as a governance policy specialist and governance program manager for UNDP country office in Lebanon. He has managed more than 20 projects in the areas of fiscal and economic governance, elections, administrative reform, justice reform, parliamentary development and human rights. Krayem has been working as a lecturer of political science at the American University of Beirut since 1998. He has written three books and more than 20 articles on Arab politics, democratization, elections and governance.
This event is part of Associate Professor Imad Salamey’s graduate seminar titled “Lebanese Electoral Politics”.
All are welcome to attend.