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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
 
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Past Events

Within the framework of its regional field visits aiming at developing new contacts with concerned women and active members of civil society, the Nationality Campaign organised on October 22-2013 a local... more
Within the framework of its regional field visits aiming at developing new contacts with concerned women and active members of civil society, the Nationality Campaign organised on October 19-2013 a local... more
CRTD.A wishes you all the best for Al Adha. May this world witness positive transformation for both women and men particularly in Lebanon and the rest of the Arab countries. more
CRTD.A completed its SEOW2 activities in Egypt for 2013 with a workshop held on 12th of October, hosted by New Woman Foundation, which dealt with the ideological background and guiding principles for the... more
Within the framework of its regional field visits aiming at developing new contacts with concerned women and active members of civil society, the Nationality Campaign organised on October 10-2013 a local... more
CRTD.A held a one-day seminar in Rabat, Morocco, on the subject of ‘Gender and the Right to Social Security in Morocco’. The event was organised and hosted by Association Démocratique des Femmes du Maroc and... more
With the quasi absence of free health services, nearly one third of the Lebanese population, most of whom are amongst the poor or of limited income, largely rely on the services of the NationalSocial Security... more
My Nationality is a Right for me and my Family Campaign issued a statement last Saturday as a rebuttal to an interview given by the Minister of Interior, Marwan Charbel, to the An Nahar newspaper regarding the... more