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16 Mar

Interview with Nina Hoas

Nina Hoas is the Head of Philanthropy Advisory at the largest royal family-owned private banking and asset management group LGT.   “Practice strategic philanthropy that supports changing whole systems. I’ve seen this happen when philanthropists and foundations find each other and start funding towards the same goals, usually aligned with governmental priorities. We start seeing deep […]

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15 Mar

USEK Mount Lebanon Names An Experimental Space In Honour Of HH Sheikha Intisar AlSabah

USEK Mount Lebanon Names An Experimental Space In Honour Of HH Sheikha Intisar AlSabah     Intisar Foundation has pledged to expand the pool of qualified drama therapists in the Middle East by providing scholarships for female Arab students at USEK.   The Holy Spirit University of Kaslik (USEK), a private university in Mount Lebanon, […]

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14 Mar

Interview with H.S.H. Prince Max von und zu Liechtenstein

H.S.H. Prince Max von und zu Liechtenstein is the Chairman of the largest royal family-owned private banking and asset management group LGT, and the founder of Lightrock and LGT Venture Philanthropy.   “I’m convinced there is a significant opportunity to have a bigger and better impact by exchanging ideas, experiences, and practices. There is value in […]

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9 Jan

Hiba’s story

Hiba, 32 years old, Syrian Married, Mother of three Housewife   “I can be my own therapist now, I can calm myself down and control my emotions to not harm myself or others. I am happy to have had this chance and hope to do the Intisar Foundation’s drama therapy programme again.”   My name […]

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9 Jan

Najwa’s story

Najwa, 35 years old, Syrian Widowed, Mother of eight Housewife   “The only place in the world where I could speak about my issues without fear or shame were the Intisar Foundation drama therapy sessions. Even if only once a week, I would leave the house as one person and come back as another. I […]

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17 Oct

Our 5th Drama Therapy Programme To Start In Bchamoun, Lebanon

Our 5th Drama Therapy Programme To Start In Bchamoun, Lebanon         Intisar Foundation has started its fifth intensive drama therapy programme in Bchamoun, Lebanon, in collaboration with the humanitarian development organisation Anamel Center, with a group of 23 Arab women aged between 26 and 45.   The fifth edition of the programme […]

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10 Oct

El Shamiyah’s story

El Shamiyah, 55 years old, Syrian Widowed, Mother of eleven Homemaker   “Everything about the Intisar Foundation programme was unique – the music, the dance, the talking, the ability to explore our social circle safely. I felt I was able to release the anger inside me as the sessions went on. The programme gave me […]

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10 Oct

Warde’s story

Warde, 47 years old, Syrian Married, Mother of five Homemaker and small business owner   “ I decided to join the Intisar Foundation drama therapy programme in order to make some changes in my routine. At first, the programme felt like a fun, entertaining activity to do with a group of nice women, but as […]

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12 Sep

HH Sheikha Intisar Awarded the Rank of Officer of the French Legion of Honour

HH Sheikha Intisar Awarded the Rank of Officer of the French Legion of Honour       The French government has awarded HH Sheikha Intisar AlSabah, a philanthropist, social entrepreneur, author, film producer, columnist, and princess of Kuwait’s ruling AlSabah family, the Rank of Officer of the French National Order of the Legion of Honour. […]

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30 Jun

Jana’s story

Jana, 35, Syrian Widow, Mother of five Homemaker   “ The Intisar Foundation drama therapy programme made me stronger. The facilitator would lead us through the sessions, telling us that we are, indeed, strong people. I found my strength through their words and our shared experiences.”   My name is Jana. I am a 35-year-old […]

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