In late 2011, WILPF began to develop a programme to enhance the collective capacities of women’s rights organisations to respond to the unprecedented political events in the Middle East and North A
This thesis investigates transnational campaigns from the international and state level to consider the existence of transnational activism in Lebanon’s women’s movement.
The evolution of economic incentives and social norms in Lebanon has created new challenges for women to balance work and family life.
This guide has been published in 2013 by ABAAD – Resource Center for Gender Equality, with the support of Save The Children.
The fourth National Human Development Report, “Toward a Citizen’s State”, addresses citizenship in Lebanon through three principle perspectives: citizenship and sectarian state, socio-economic citi
The “Review of the Public Procurement Legal Framework in Lebanon” introduces the Sustainable Public Procurement (SPP) in Lebanon and elaborates on the legal of the country’s procurement and sustain
This report is the result of the effort by a group of Lebanese NGOs working in the fields of environment, development, and human rights.
A series of publications entitled "Assessing the MDG process in the Arab Region".
تهدف "دراسة الأحوال المعيشية للأسر للعام 2007 " إلى توفير قاعدة غنية من البيانات الإحصائية في المواضيع أدناه، وذلك بهدف التعرّف على الأوضاع المعيشية للأسر في العام 2007 ومدى تأثير عدوان تموز 2006عل
The National Survey of Household Living Conditions (The Multipurpose survey) provides a statistical database vital for the setting forth of national policies in various sectors.
Lebanon in Figures 2008 gathers number of social and economic indicators: About Lebanon, Population, Education, Employment, Tourism, Consumer Price Index, National Accounts...
The project aimed at mapping living conditions among Palestinian refugees living in camps in Lebanon or in areas locally called "gatherings".
This report presents the results of a field survey commissioned by UNRWA to the Consultation and Research Institute (CRI).
The situation for 1.5 million Palestinians in the Gaza Strip is worse now than it has ever been since the start of the Israeli military occupation in 1967.
Most theorists maintain that social exclusion is a process, not only the condition reflecting the outcome of that process.