At the invitation of the EU ENI CBC (Collaboration Beyond Countries) and the Beirut Chamber of Commerce, AUT was present in Thessaloniki for the major advocacy event of INTERNISA, a project that aims at empowering women for employment through preparation in digital skills mainly.
AUT VP Marcel Hinain was on the education panel and spoke about best practices experienced in rural areas of Lebanon as AUT continues its collaboration with municipalities to train small family businesses to take their business online. The panel included speakers from Aristotle University and the local authority of Thessaloniki. Journalist Ionanna Dandelia moderated the discussions.
INTERNISA is the third project that AUT is involved in after iHeritage and YEP MED, all three organized by the European Union and led in Lebanon by the Beirut Chamber of Commerce.