Ghada Chreim Ata
Ghada Chreim in 2020
|Minister for Refugees|
|Assumed office |
21 January 2020
|Prime Minister||Hassan Diab|
|Preceded by||Ghassan Atallah|
She is Minister for Refugees in the government of Hassan Diab since January 2020.
Family, studies and work
Ghada Chreim was born on 30 September 1968 in Zahlé, Lebanon. Daughter of a poet and the writer Youssef Chreim, she began her academic studies at the Lebanese University.
Chreim obtained a doctorate in French literature in 2000. She is professor of French literature at the Université libanaise and worked in the faculty of Letters and Human Sciences (section IV) from 2013 to 2016. At the same time, she worked as supervising editor for the magazine Fairuz à Dar As-Sayyad.
Ghada Chreim began working for the participation of women in politics after seeing a Facebook page relating to human rights and social justice.
On 21 January 2020, after nomination by President Michel Aoun, she was named Minister for Refugees in the government of Hassan Diab.
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