The Conference was organized by The Lebanese National Energy (LNE) – a non-for profit organisation with the mission to boost the Lebanese economy by linking economic, business, and academic leaders in order to enhance growth and prosperity.
GCNL had a booth in the conference to raise awareness about the UN 17 SDGs, and we also featured our “SDG Game” that was an interactive tool to further inform interested attendees about the SDGs. The conference was open to those interested in gaining leadership skills and new knowledge as well as those who wanted to share their own achievements. This highly exciting and challenging National Conference was intended to be a forum, discussion and networking place for academics, researchers, professionals, administrators, educational leaders, policy makers, industry representatives, advanced students, and others.
Mind The Gap forum was an impactful program, which consisted of four panels:
The first panel was about Technology, economy and their opportunities; the second panel was about culture as a platform for preservation and progress; the third panel was about education in building a nation, which our very own, GCNL President Dr. Dima Jamali was a speaker in; and the final panel was about Rise to crescendo of political representation.