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Gender month, March 2020, Women on the forefront of change: latest publications on gender - شهر الجندر، اذار ٢٠٢٠ المرأة في طليعة التغيير - اطلع على أحدث منشوراتنا عن الجندر

Check out our Lebanon Support's recent publications on gender related issues out on Gender Month, March 2020. 

Explore Daleel Madani's latest group: DM Right to Health

Right to Health is a fundamental human right. In an attempt to facilitateaccess to information, analysis, and collective action on the #RightToHealth, Lebanon Support has launched the ...

Postponement of the Alternative Academy
Public Source Launch

Follow the Public Source, an independent media organisation that we have been supporting part of our Incubator programme. The Public Source is now online and aims to make available in-...

Alternative Academy Relaunch - Spring 2020
International Feminism Festival

The International Feminisms Festival is an unprecedented event entirely dedicated to history and to several issues and challenges that women are facing worldwide. Lebanon Support is part of a diverse organising committee with L’Institut français du Liban, The Joumana...

Challenging Power and Inequality: Gender and Social Justice in the Middle East (En-Fr-Ar) (this cfp is closed)

Civil society in the Middle East has continued to centre initiatives and projects on gender equality and women’s rights over the past few years. In many ways, this can be read as a part of a long history of both activist and feminist engagements in the region. Lebanon...

Political economy of research in social sciences in the Arab world (En-Fr-Ar) (this cfp is closed)

Social sciences research – which we broadly define as any form of research that uses scientific approaches and tools in order to produce empirical-based knowledge about society - is a social activity that faces multiple constraints. Lebanon Support is seeking...

Public Events at Lebanon Support's Migration Study Week

Lebanon Support is organising two open events in parallel to our Study Week on Migration. Lebanon Support’s Migration Study Week titled “Migration, mobility, and circulation in the Middle East: rethinking inequalities and informality” aims at providing...

Partnerships Matter: Bringing back effectiveness and ethics in civil work

On May 23, 2019, Lebanon Support, in partnership with the Arab NGO Network for Development organised  a workshop on localisation, democratic ownership, mutual accountability and equitable partnerships. at antwork (Hamra). The workshop was facilitated by...

Migration, mobility, and circulation in the Middle East: rethinking inequalities and informality
Partnerships matter: Bringing back effectiveness and ethics in civic work - أهمية الشراكات: فعالية وأخلاقيات العمل المدني

In this context, this workshop seeks, on the one hand, to place the localisation debate in a longer temporality of global discussions that have shaped international cooperation during the past decades. These discussions mainly aimed at bringing back on the agenda a...

CSOs in North Lebanon take steps towards greater engagement following Daleel Madani meet-up

Weeks before the North Lebanon meet-up, invitation was extended to CSOs in Halba, Tripoli, and Akkar. On the day of the event, attendees streamed in to fill the meeting space. As the day progressed, it became increasingly clear that all actors and stakeholders present...

Humanitarian Transition and Ethical Reflection in Lebanon (En-Fr) (this cfp is closed)

In the context of the fourth volume of the Devenir Humanitaire collection, which will be published in late 2018, the French Red Cross Foundation is launching a call for papers on humanitarian transition[1] in Lebanon. Following on from the seminar which...

Glocalizing humanitarian interventions in Lebanon: a reflexive look into innovative practices in times of crises (En-Fr-Ar) (this cfp is closed)

The objective of this call for papers is to reflect on, and document the historical and contemporary role of civil society in Lebanon in responding to recurrent crises (Palestinian refugee issue, civil war, internal displacements, and more recently the Syrian refugee...