Since the onset of the Israeli aggression, Lebanese NGOs and civil society organisations have mobilised to assist the Lebanese population particularly the internally displaced.
The UN Security Council will be meeting early this week to try to resolve the crisis. They need to know that the world is watching them, and that anything less than an immediate ceasefire is not good enough.
Le monde ne peut pas permettre que le bain de sang au Moyen-Orient continue. Des centaines de personnes ont été tuées, 500.000 personnes sont sans- abris, et il est possible que ce conflit catastrophique s’élargisse.
An Interview with Lina Abou-Habib, Director of the Collective for Research and Training on Development-Action (CRTD-A).
We have received news from Helem, an LGBT centre in Beirut. After the influx of refugees from the southern suburbs of Beirut and the south of Lebanon, Helem, together with other NGOs, has begun providing shelter, food, and supplies for the refugees.
Legalizing the Protection Against Family Violence” was the title of a regional meeting that was organized by KAFA (enough) Violence & Exploitation-Lebanon, of 20 NGO activists from 11 Arab countries and representatives of national and international NGOs.
International Women's Day may have passed quietly for most people, but all Lebanese - men and women - may soon have reason to celebrate if MP Ghinwa Jalloul's proposal to extend the citizenship rights to women succeeds.
KAFA,”Enough Violence and Exploitation" organization chose the 8th of March, 2006, for launching the Silent Witness project in Lebanon. On this date thirty silhouettes were displayed in the UNESCO Palace in Beirut.
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