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Planning & Implementing an Election Campaign: Firsthand experience from a MP Candidate with a PMP
July 26 @ 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
The PMI Lebanon is glad to announce that Mr. Ibrahim Mneimneh is the speaker for the month of July and he will talk about his political experience and campaign for parliamentary elections “Planning & Implementing an Election Campaign: Firsthand experience from a MP Candidate with a PMP”
The session will be held on Thursday, July 26th, 2018 at 6:30 PM in The Key ApartHotel Palais de Justice District, Corniche du Fleuve, Beirut, Lebanon.
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Talking Points & Agenda:
- What is a parliamentary election Campaign?
- The main project management tracks in an election campaigns
- Implementations challenges: the case of “Kelna Beirut” Campaign
Registration and refreshments are ready as of 6:00PM.
Political campaigns and especially election campaign operations was always a farfetched and very specialized knowhow. Nowadays, elections campaigns are opening up to project management methods, which can be a tool to empower independents in running their limited source campaigns. In our context of political groups in Lebanon, this tool was used to plan and operate the “Kelna Beirut” campaign. In this session you will be exposed to the basic ingredients of an election campaign from a management point of view with an overview on the political background and challenges that influenced “Kelna Beirut” and its results.
Mr. Ibrahim Mneimneh is an architect for more than 19 years specializing in the fields of architecture and urban design. He is the founder of “URBANE Design Interventions” a design consulting firm that offers comprehensive solutions with a variety of projects in the Middle East and Africa. After obtaining a master’s degree in Urban Design from AUB in 2010, he managed numerous urban planning projects in the MENA region. He also held management positions in international engineering consultancy firms.
In addition to his professional experience, he has been lecturing at several universities in Lebanon and instructed on architecture and urban design in international workshops. He is an advocate of the sustainable design approach and has numerous publications on the importance of preserving urban heritage and gardens in Beirut. As a political activist, Ibrahim participated in the founding of the “Beirut Madinati” campaign for the 2016 municipal elections in Beirut and was Head of its list. Also in the latest parliamentary elections 2018, Ibrahim was cofounder, head of list of “Kelna Beirut” campaign in Beirut