Services and expertise provided by Lebanon Support

Lebanon Support offers a wide range of services to humanitarian and development organisations, donors, private sector, and government. Our team is composed of multidisciplinary academics, professionals and practitioners.
We offer, among others:
Research and analysis
Based on a deep knowledge of the Lebanese field and its social fabric, Lebanon Support offers evidence-based research, combining qualitative and quantitative approaches.
Lebanon Support’s multidisciplinary team offers accurate evidence and fact based research using participatory research methods, including among others desk research, workshops, focus groups, in-depth interviews, as well as quantitative techniques such as surveys and mappings.
Information management services & data visualisations:
Lebanon Support is specialised in online knowledge platforms and information management services, having more than 10 years of experience in managing and operating humanitarian, development, and human rights information and knowledge management projects.
Lebanon Support’s multidisciplinary team provides interactive data mappings, online knowledge platforms and collaborative systems, and data visualisations and info-graphics among others.
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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 practitioners, junior researchers, and journalists that work with and on refugees the opportunity to reflect critically on the main problematics that shape migration, mobility, and...

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 independent consultant, Ahmad Mroue. The first session on understanding localisation and democratic ownership was moderated by Ziad Abdel Samad (Arab NGO Network for Development) who introduced. Nasser Yassine (Issam Fares Institute for Public Policy and International Affairs). 


Challenging Power and Inequality: Gender and Social Justice in the Middle East (En-Fr-Ar) (this cfp is closed)
Civil Society Review  Social Science for Change Lebanon Support is seeking submissions for the issue: Challenging Power and Inequality: Gender and Social Justice in the Middle East   Issue edited by: Gabriella Nassif    Civil society in the Middle East has...