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This section provides you with information and snippets from previous and current seminars, researches, publications, public events and other activities organized by CRTD.A
This section also provides information about upcoming events as well as guidelines if you wish to join the event (in case it is open) or access additional information.

Past Events

We, the members of the Lebanon Feminist Civil Society Platform[1] and who are the signatories to this statement have been following with grave concern the recent and repeated escalation of violence against... more
It is with great sadness that we at CRTDA relay to our colleagues in civil society, that our colleague Moustafa Shabb passed on February 2nd, 2021 after a long battle with the consequences of a massive brain... more
The year 2020 is a land mark in our work where we interfaced with challenges of political, economic as well as public health volatilities. In addition, 2020 marks the 20th year of our emergence as an NGO. Our... more
Every day, our government practices blatant discrimination and racism towards Lebanese women. In every decision it takes to help the male Lebanese citizens, it violates the right of the female Lebanese... more
In observance of the International Day of Families day (May 15th), WLP will be hosting at 11:00 AM EST a webinar focused on the Equality Starts in the Family campaign. Please join us and let us hear your... more
A delegation from My Nationality is A Right for Me and My Family Campaign discussed yesterday with the new minister of state for women and youth empowerment, Violette Safadi, the amendment of the current... more
On the 75th Independence Day, while Lebanese women married to non-Lebanese are still denied the right to confer nationality to their family members, My Nationality is a Right for Me and My Family campaign... more
My Nationality is A Right for Me and My Family Campaign organised a sit-in on Sunday at Riad Solh Square under the banner, ‘Nationality is a sense of belonging and a right for all women’. The sit-in was aimed... more