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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

CRTD.A’s Women Economic Empowerment Programme (WEEP) organised, within the framework of its Regional Economic Empowerment of Women project funded by CIDA and Oxfam-Quebec,  a training workshop on the media and... more
The Collective for Research and Training on Development – Action organized a training workshop for media staff in North Lebanon on women’s economic rights.  The workshop was organized on 14 and 15 February... more
The Collective for Research and Training on Development – Action organized a regional training entitled: “Marketing and Developing New products” within the framework of the Regional Empowerment of Women... more
CRTD.A organised an interactive training workshop en “Women’s Economic Empowerment and the rile of the media”. The workshop was organised within the framework of its Regional Economic Empowerment of Women... more
  How can the media support women’s economic empowerment? What are the key issues related to women’s economic participation and empowerment of women? What is women’s work? How does it contribute to... more
My Nationality is a Right for me and my Family Campaign organized a Press Conference on Tuesday 22 January at the YWCA premises in Ain Mreisseh. The event was attended by 150 women concerned by the law in... more
My Nationality is a Right for me and Family Campaign organized a protest after the “the scandalous decision” taken by the masculine ministerial cabinet entrusted with the task of reviewing the current... more
My Nationality is a Right for me and Family Campaign was dismayed by the outcome of the Ministerial Commission entrusted with the task of reviewing the current discriminatory nationality law and proposing more