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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 the REEWP project, CRTD.A organized on July 18, 2012 a national Policy Validation Meeting which was hosted at the YWCA in Beirut. Eighty participants representing Rural Women... more
“Women’s economic empowerment in Lebanon: policies and future prospects” During the past two years, the CRTD.A conducted a number of consultative meetings concerning women’s economic rights. It also collected... more
During a press conference held in collaboration with the “National Alliance for a Law to Protect women against Domestic Violence” at the YWCA headquarters, the campaign, “My Nationality is a Right for me and... more
The campaign, “My Nationality is a Right for me and my Family” and “Legalizing Women’s Protection against Domestic Violence” invite you to take part in the joint press conference that will take place more
Within the framework of the REEWP project, CRTD.A organized on July 13 and 14, 2012 a national Knowledge Sharing Seminar which was hosted at the YWCA in Beirut. The two days seminar was an opportunity to share... more
Within the framework of its regional Sustainable Economic Opportunities for Women project, CRTD.A organized a two days capacity building workshop which was hosted by the Association Democratique des Femmes du... more
During the past two years, CRTD.A has conducted a number of qualitative researches and knowledge gathering activities on women's economic and social participation as part of the "Regional Economic Empowerment... more
Amidst the turmoil and transformations sweeping the Arab region, many women and men are now wondering what will happen with their initial and legitimate demands which sparkled the revolts and the advent of... more