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
Discover Our Programmes
 
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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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

Welcome to the new Lebanon Support website!

Lebanon Support is happy to uncover its new, redesigned website! While we owe a lot to our old site and to the brilliant team, which helped in the development of the centre for so many years, we realised that the time had come to completely uplift...

Migrant Domestic Workers Testimonies and Mapping of Cases of Death

Lebanon Support has published two new types of content in the data centre of its Gender Equity Network, on the CSKC, documenting the various types of violence faced by migrant doemstic workers in the country:...

Presentation and talk around the book “Lebanon Facing Arab Uprisings. Constraints and Adaptation”

On the 15th of June, Lebanon Support organised a talk around the book Lebanon Facing Arab Uprisings: Constraints and Adaptation, with discussants Rosita Di Peri, Daniel Meier, Marie-Noëlle AbiYaghi, Myriam Catusse.

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-Fr-Ar)
History of Conflicts in Lebanon. A Critical Perspective Well before its establishment as a state in 1920, and its independence in 1943, Lebanon witnessed a series of crises, ranging from sectarian violence to social conflicts, internal displacement of populations, and massive killings (cf. the... +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
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-Fr-Ar)
History of Conflicts in Lebanon. A Critical Perspective Well before its establishment as a state in 1920, and its independence in 1943, Lebanon witnessed a series of crises, ranging from sectarian violence to social conflicts, internal displacement of populations, and massive killings (cf. the... +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