E. CE Miller writes a list of 25 women she believes deserve biographies - and includes our founder Arwa Damon, referencing her work founding INARA.
An INARA spokesperson is quoted in this article as stating that: “it is likely that Lebanon will continue to be a center for the type of treatment that we provide to the refugee children that we work with.”
Founder Arwa Damon talks to Alison Smith at CPAC about refugees in Lebanon, and what inspired her to found INARA.
Mediaite interviews Arwa Damon and her colleague Nick Paton Walsh - and they mention INARA’s work to help refugee children.
Actor Thomas Sadoski talks about his support for INARA and how it has inspired him in his new role in Belleville at the Pasadena Playhouse.
National Geographic interview Rania Abouzeid on her new book about Syria, No Turning Back. She will be donating some of the proceeds to INARA.
New York Times cover our comedy fundraiser in New York, picking it as one of its top five comedy picks for the weekend.
WWD interview our founder Arwa Damon, and talk about her career as Senior International Correspondent at CNN, and the inspirations behind founding INARA.
The New Arab runs a story on musician Nadine Shah, who has gifted a re-recorded version of her new single Holiday Destination to INARA on our second birthday.
Celebrating two years of INARA, our founder Arwa Damon looks back at the inspiration for her founding the organization: a young boy called Youssif.