- UNESCO's 70th Anniversary Celebration: Associated Schools Festival (UNESCO Palace, 11/12/2015)
- Second workshop for UNESCO ASPnet schools on Teacher professional competencies: The “Whole-School Approach” (16-17/10/2015)
- Conference on “Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development” and Award Ceremony on “Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development: A Message from Lebanon to the World” (UNESCO Office, 20/10/2015)
- Workshop in the framework of the Drawing competition #Unite4Heritage (UNESCO Office, 30/09/2015)
- Youth Mobile Apps Project (LAU Beirut Campus, October - December 2015)
- Annual Meeting for UNESCO associated schools’ principals and coordinators (UNESCO Palace, 24/03/2015)
As part of the Youth Mobile initiative, UNESCO Office in Beirut and the Lebanese National Commission for UNESCO organized in collaboration with the Lebanese American University a series of workshops for teachers and secondary school students in an effort to integrate programming skills and computing thinking concepts in the education system in Lebanon.
UNESCO’s Youth Mobile initiative is a new endeavor that targets engaging young women and men to develop mobile applications, in a time when the number of smart phones is rising exceptionally in developing countries. Realizing the major employment opportunities that are created by teaching students to develop mobile applications, UNESCO and its partners strive to provide young people with the high-level skills and confidence to develop, promote, and sell locally relevant mobile apps. Those apps, directly related to everyday problems, are intended to solve local issues of sustainable development, and provide employment.