This Gender Manual is a practical guide for civil society organisations in Lebanon that wish to enhance gender equity in their practices and policies.
Tools for Integration was developed in 2015 through a project with UNESCO Beirut and reviewed and updated in 2018 to be presented by Chabibeh Sporting Club at the First Lebanese National Tool Fair
Having limited legal status has direct negative consequences for Syrian refugees’ access to protection and assistance during their stay in Lebanon.
In October 2014, Lebanon’s Council of Ministers adopted a comprehensive policy on Syrian displacement, one explicit goal of which is to decrease the number of Syrians in Lebanon by reducing access
This report analyses the human rights and human security situation of refugees from Syria and their impact on the Lebanese society. Since the beginning of the conflict
This policy brief outlines options for strengthening rule of law in Lebanon to improve access to justice for both Lebanese citizens and Syrian refugees.
There are no official statistics but there may be more than 40,000 Iraqi refugees in Lebanon. Lebanon already hosts some 400,000 Palestinians for whom no durable solution is in sight.
In recent years, the “sponsorship system” (kafala) in Lebanon and in other countries in the region has been identified as a core problem leading to the exploitation and abuse of migrant domestic wo
Over 250,000 migrant women are employed by private households in Lebanon to carry out household tasks such as cleaning, cooking, and caring for children and the elderly.
The goal of this study is to measure the impact of the legal status policy on refugee vulnerability and to assess the extent of refugee resilience.
In May 2015, the Lebanese authorities instructed UNHCR to temporarily suspend registration of Syrian refugees, including individuals already in the country and new arrivals.
Syrian refugee women and Palestinian refugee women from Syria face risks of serious human rights violations and abuses in Lebanon, including gender-based violence and exploitation.
Helem is the first and only above-ground LGBT organisation in the MENA region.
This report is submitted by: the A project (1), the Center for Reproductive Rights (2), and the Sexual Rights Initiative (3).
Human trafficking and its link to migrant domestic labor in Lebanon is a complex, sensitive, and challenging issue. It raises numerous questions and demands further exploration.
2014 ورقة عمل | تشرين الأول
العلاجات القانونية لعملية الجرف الصامد من إعداد نورا عريقات, بيانكا إزاياس, و سلمى رزفي
Working Paper | October 2014
Operation Protective Edge & Legal Remedies by Noura Erakat, Bianca Isaias, and Salmah Rizvi
Working Paper | February 2014
The Dilemma of Human Rights In Lebanese Electoral Laws by Elie Al-Hindy