- 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)
Winners of the playwriting competition were honored on Thursday March 26 with an awards ceremony organized on the occasion of the World Theatre Day at the UNESCO Palace by the Lebanese National Commission for UNESCO and the Arab Cultural Club.
The winners were:
First Prize (500$): “The Conscience Play” by Jad Mohammad Majed from Dr. Hassan Saab Mixed Public High School.
Second Prize (300$): “If tomorrow ever spoke” by Nour Youssef Mostafa from Saint Georges School - Haret Hreik and Hadath.
Third Prize (200$): “Karina” by Zahraa Nidal Amine from Imam Sadr Foundation - Tyre.
The ceremony included speeches from the President of the Arab Cultural Club Mr. Samih Al-Baba, the Secretary General of the Lebanese National Commission Dr. Zahida Darwiche Jabbour and from Jury member Dr. Ghazy Kahwaji.
26 students from the following 12 public and private ASPnet schools had participated in the playwriting competition: Dr. Hassan Saab Mixed Public High School, Al-Kawthar Secondary School, Imam Sadr Foundation – Tyre, College of the Young Girl of Lebanon – Beit Hebbak, Montana International College, Antonine International School – Ajaltoun, Zahrat El-Ihsan School, Al-Hadi Institute for Deaf and Blind, Zahia Kaddoura Public High School for Girls, Rawdah High School, Saint Georges School - Haret Hreik and Hadath, Mostafa Shomran High School – Saida.