Centre For Lebanese Studies

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25/11/2018 - 12:55am

The Centre for Lebanese Studies was founded in 1984 by a group of Lebanese in London, who had been meeting regularly for a year concerned with the state of affairs in their country. Their objective was to set up an independent academic institution that would undertake impartial and balanced research and contribute towards Lebanon's recovery and long-term stability. They aimed to promote a better understanding of Lebanon and to help find solutions for its problems.
The centre's objectives are:

To promote better understanding of the national and international issues relevant to Lebanon through the pursuit of independent objective academic research into the political, social, educational, historical, economic, and cultural issues of Lebanon.
To inform policy-makers in Lebanon and make recommendations based on research findings in connection with issues facing Lebanon.
To provide support and information for governments and international institutions in the formulation of their Lebanese and Middle East policies.

In order to realise these objectives the Centre aims to:

Highlight relevant and contemporary issues of importance to the future of both Lebanon and its people.
Play a central role in encouraging the serious study of political, economic, historical, geographic, sociological and cultural issues facing Lebanon.
Generate and channel ideas that will contribute to stability and sustainable development.

Organisation Type: 
Educational/Academic Institution
Founding Year: 
Country of Origin: 
Intervention Sector(s): 
Conflict Resolution
Gender issues
Contact person's position: 
Project Coordinator
Contact person's email: 
Contact person's phone number: 
LAU lower gate
Beirut , Beirut
Phone: +96117864561
Beirut LB
LAU lower gate
Contact person's name: 
Thaera Badran



Centre for Lebanese Studies & Oxford-Brookes-University in collaboration with Blue Mission Organization and Al-Jana Organisation invite you to the launching of the program "From Education to Employment: Youth Trajectories in Jordan & Lebanon" in the context of protracted displacement Education to Employment funded by ESRC: Economic and Social Research Council & IDRC / CRDI Canada’s International Development – Global Affairs Canada

Thursday, 14 March 2019 - 1:15pm to Friday, 22 March 2019 - 1:00pm

هل تبحث عن حلول جديدة لمشاكل #المجتمع؟
هل أنت باحث تعمل في #منظمة غير حكومية؟ هل أنت أستاذ وتريد تعزيز العلاقات بين #المدرسة والمجتمع؟ هل أنت #باحث #أكاديمي، أو #طالب ترغب في إجراء بحوث مجتمعية؟ هل أنت مدرّب للباحثين في المنظمات غير الحكومية أو في المشاريع الأكاديمية؟
هل ترغب بتعزيز قدراتك؟ انضم إلينا وتسجّل مجاناً في دورة مجانية على الإنترنت.

Monday, 25 February 2019 - 3:15pm to Monday, 18 March 2019 - 3:15pm

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The Accountant and Administrative Coordinator supports the Centre for Lebanese Studies by ensuring the integrity of accounting information by recording, verifying, consolidating, and booking transactions; reconciling account balances and bank statements, maintaining general ledger and preparing month-end close procedures. Also, the Accountant and Administrative Coordinator will handle administrative and logistical tasks related to the project.

Saturday, 19 January 2019

The RELIEF Centre (www.relief-centre.org), a collaboration between University College London, American University of Beirut, and Centre for Lebanese Studies at the Lebanese American University, is looking to recruit a community engagement designer to create, plan, and design the graphics related to a project in Ras Beirut. The said person would work closely with the team in Lebanon to come up with a plan to engage the community within Ras Beirut to be part of a research and intervention RELIEF will undergo starting January 2019, and to design the necessary graphics accordingly.

Sunday, 6 January 2019


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