Latest News & Updates

The Civil Society Incubator Website is now online!

Our Civil Society Incubator programme has now its own website, which will feature updates about the programme and upcoming events and workshops.

Timelines published as part of our Gender Equity Network

2 interactive timelines showing a historical overview of women's achievements and women's movements in Lebanon.

The Crowdfunding Campaign of Daleel Madani

Lebanon Support launched on the first week of March a crowdfunding campaign to raise funds for Daleel Madani. The campaign was hosted on...

Lebanon Support Speed Networking Event

Lebanon Support organised a publicly opened Speed Networking Event in Salon Beyrouth, on the 11th of April, within the crowdfunding...

Conflict Analysis Project: Conflictivity Index Maps

The Conflictivity Index is a tool developed by Lebanon Support, in partnership with the United Nations Development Programme, based on the “Geo-located Mapping of Conflicts in Lebanon,” and using its data. Through...

Launch of Civil Society Review issue 2 by Lebanon Support

Lebanon Support organised on the 8th of February 2017, at Dawawine Beirut, a launching event for the 2nd issue of the Civil Society Review, titled “Lebanese, refugee, and migrant women in Lebanon: From sociopolitical marginality to turnaround strategies.”

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...

Bassem Chit Fellowship for the Study of Activism (En-Fr-Ar) (this CfA is closed)

The Bassem Chit fellowship for the study of activism is a one-year post doctoral fellowship based in Beirut, Lebanon. The fellowship is a joint initiative of Lebanon Support, the Arab Council for the Social Sciences, the Orient-Institut Beirut, and Rosa-...

Migration, mobility, and circulation in the Middle East: rethinking inequalities and informality (En-Fr-Ar) (this CfP is closed)

By analysing multi-dimensional processes of integration, focusing on the migrants’ experiences, and how they negotiate membership in a particular place, this Call for Papers aims to revisit the concept of refugee and migrant “integration” (Ager and Strang, 2008) and the...