Author: Lena Chercaoui

Lena is passionate about the intersection of psychology and politics. More precisely, exploring how political implementations influence cognitive functions and vice versa. Lena holds a bachelor's degree in general psychology from the American University of Beirut, and a master's degree in legal psychology from Maastricht University.

Articles written by Lena Chercaoui

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Lebanon: A member of the French search and rescue team after the tragic explosions in Beirut
Over the past two years, the minimum wage in Lebanon has fallen by 84% due to the devaluation of the Lebanese pound. The country has been facing an economic crisis, which could rank in the top three most severe crises episodes globally since the mid-nineteenth century. The crisis has left almost three-quarters of the population below the national poverty line. Nevertheless, the corrupt political regime deemed it insufficient to starve more than half of the population to death. Today, on top of medicine and gas shortage, electricity cuts and constant uncertainty, the Lebanese starve for justice.
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