News & Events

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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

Within the framework of its on-going meetings and outreach to local communities and civil society organisations, My Nationality is a Right for Me and My Family Campaign organized on Thursday April 10th a... more
My Nationality is a Right for me and My Family Campaign took part in the sit in organized by Kafa and the National Coalition to Protect Women from Domestic Violence. The event was held last Tuesday April 1st... more
The past two years witnessed the issuance of several court orders against activists who tried to unveil corruption scandals and irregularities or were just trying to express an opinion or defend citizens’... more
Within the framework of developing its field outreach to different communities and civil society organisations in various parts of Lebanon, "My Nationality is a Right for me and My Family Campaign" organised... more
On the occasion of International Women's Day (IWD), the Nationality Campaign and the members of its leading committee and 275 of the campaign constituency took part in the street march, organised by Kafa on... more
A double edged political and economic crisis is currently sweeping over Lebanon. Whilst the economic crisis has resulted in the increase of deficit of the balance of payments and of budget, higher unemployment... more
My Nationality is a Right for me and my Family Campaign, along with its membership of concerned women and their families, welcome the formation of the new Cabinet, a protracted process which has taken more... more
People with disability in Lebanon still suffer from marginalization and limited social inclusion despite significant mobilizations by PWDs since the end of the civil war in 1990. The persistence of this... more