Presented remotely

Start Date

12-3-2021 8:30 AM

End Date

12-3-2021 10:00 AM


culture of impunity; systemic corruption; extractive industries



Author/Speaker Biographical Statement(s)

Eugene Richard Sensenig is a professor for Gender, Communications and Global Mobility Studies at Notre Dame University, Lebanon . He has worked extensively in the fields of policy studies, diversity management, workplace equality, and intersectional approaches to governance in the extractive industries. Gender, Communications and Global Mobility (GCGM) studies unit at FLPS | Promoting Women in the Petroleum Extraction Industry in the Middle East First Woman Offshore Lebanon, episode 28, Women Offshore | August 2020 (https://womenoffshore.org/first-woman-offshore-lebanon-episode-28/) Championing Women in Lebanon, episode 29, Women Offshore | August 2020 (https://womenoffshore.org/championing-women-in-lebanon-episode-29/) Gender Mainstreaming Oil and Nature Gas in Lebanon: Analysing the Current, Developing and Potential Impacts of the Petroleum Sector on Women, Men, Youth and Gender Relations from a Multi-Stakeholder Group Perspective’, El Helou, Rouba & Eugene Sensenig, Gender, Communications and Global Mobility (GCGM) Studies (eds), Publish What You Pay MENA Region/Westminster Foundation for Democracy, Beirut (March 2020).


Dec 3rd, 8:30 AM Dec 3rd, 10:00 AM

Interesting Times: Returning to Blended Activism in a Culture of Impunity

Presented remotely