Anxious in Beirut with Zakaria Jaber
Municipal Elections in Lebanon: A paradox, with Cendrella Azar
From March till May, Lebanese people were left uncertain, wondering whether the long awaited municipal elections were taking place. While this is no longer a hot topic due to the indefinite postponing of the elections, we think it’s still extremely important to look at municipalities and how their systems of governance affect the citizens and residents of Lebanon.
Tune in to this episode with our guest, content producer, media strategist, and journalist Cendrella Azar to understand how municipalities function, how they affect the quality of life of citizens, and more.
Cendrella Azar is a dynamic Content Producer and Media Strategist with a demonstrated history of working in the non-profit organization management industry, specializing in promoting election and human rights. Proficient in research, proposal writing, time management, teamwork, and leadership, with a keen focus on setting effective media strategies to advance these causes. Strong program and project management professional with a Bachelor’s Degree in Mass Media & Communication, with a minor in Political Science from the University of Balamand. Currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Digital Journalism at the Lebanese University – Faculty of Information, further deepening my understanding of digital platforms to amplify the voices of those advocating for election integrity and human rights.