Lebanon Support is an independent non-governmental, non-religious, non-political, and non-profit making information & research centre.
We aim at enhancing civil society capacity, efficiency, and effectiveness through the creation of public spaces for reflection, collaboration, and debate on and for civil society in Lebanon.
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The Civil Society Knowledge Center is an online research & information platform on public action and civil society issues
Daleel Madani is an online portal for civil society actors in Lebanon
The Civil Society Incubator provides tailored support and mentoring for civil society actors in Lebanon
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The Civil Society Knowledge Center is an online research & information platform on public action and civil society issues
 
Daleel Madani is an online portal for civil society actors in Lebanon
 
The Civil Society Incubator provides tailored support and mentoring for civil society actors in Lebanon
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Lebanon Support's Official Office Warming Event

On the 20th of September, Lebanon Support hosted its official office warming to celebrate its relocation to a bigger, new office in Furn el-Chebbak.

“Like an ant that digs into the rock:” Wadad Halwani and the struggle of the families of the missing and the forcefully disappeared

“This not about my personal story. This is a story that affected many people, and I am just one example of it. Of course we all had some kind of background, a life before...

التجول في حقل ألغام السلطة: تنظيم نقابة عاملات المنازل في لبنان

"في كل لقاءٍ أجريناه مع مختلف الجاليات، أردت التأكد من أننا نشدّد على فكرة التضامن. لم نعد الآن نقول: الفيليبين وسريلانكا وأثيوبيا وبنغلادش. أصبحنا نقول نقابيات. نحن النساء العاملات.

A reading of the new electoral law - قراءة في قانون الانتخابات الجديد

Lebanon Support Cordially invites you to a round table discussion on: A reading of the new electoral law

Announcements

Internship opportunities now available
Lebanon Support is constantly looking for interns to join our team. Interns joining Lebanon Support will have access to a wide range of resources in the fields of information management and research, and will acquire new skills and a better understanding of Lebanon’s civil society sector, as well... +Read more
Call for papers: History of Conflicts in Lebanon. A Critical Perspective. (En-Ar)
History of Conflicts in Lebanon. A Critical Perspective Lebanon’s History has always been one of “conflict and consensus” (Haffar-Mills/Shehadi, 1988). Well before it was established as a state in 1920, the Lebanese geographic space witnessed recurring crises ranging from sectarian violence, to... +Read more
Civil Society Review issue 2 is out!
While women’s issues and rights have been at the forefront of public and civil society debate, academic, and activist publications, women’s inequalities and the discrimination women face in Lebanon have been notably undermined, whether as citizens, refugees, or migrants. However, if the publicising... +Read more
Lebanon Support's Official Office Warming Event

On the 20th of September, Lebanon Support hosted its official office warming to celebrate its relocation to a bigger, new office in Furn el-Chebbak.

Announcements

Internship opportunities now available
Lebanon Support is constantly looking for interns to join our team. Interns joining Lebanon Support will have access to a wide range of resources in the fields of information management and research, and will acquire new skills and a better understanding of Lebanon’s civil society sector, as well... +Read more
Call for papers: History of Conflicts in Lebanon. A Critical Perspective. (En-Ar)
History of Conflicts in Lebanon. A Critical Perspective Lebanon’s History has always been one of “conflict and consensus” (Haffar-Mills/Shehadi, 1988). Well before it was established as a state in 1920, the Lebanese geographic space witnessed recurring crises ranging from sectarian violence, to... +Read more
Civil Society Review issue 2 is out!
While women’s issues and rights have been at the forefront of public and civil society debate, academic, and activist publications, women’s inequalities and the discrimination women face in Lebanon have been notably undermined, whether as citizens, refugees, or migrants. However, if the publicising... +Read more