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News and Events

CRTD.A provides different services through which it tries to contribute to the social development of local communities and organizations through enhancing capacities to reach more just and equitable environment.

Training on “Leadership communication and political participation” for NC on 22 and 23 May 2014

Thu, 05/22/2014

Some 9 participants involved in the Nationality Campaign, took part in this two-day workshop on Leadership communication and political participation, which was held on May 22 and 23. The training aimed at strengthening their leadership, communication and advocacy skills in order to further scale up their role within the Campaign as well as enable them to play a leadership role vis-à-vis other women. The workshop included various interactive exercises and was based on the Women’s Learning Partnership (WLP)’s produced training manuals, namely “Leading to Choices” and “Leading to Action”.

Training on “Leadership communication and political participation” for NC on 22 and 23 May 2014

Wed, 05/07/2014

Some 9 participants involved in the Nationality Campaign, took part in this two-day workshop on Leadership communication and political participation, which was held on May 22 and 23. The training aimed at strengthening their leadership, communication and advocacy skills in order to further scale up their role within the Campaign as well as enable them to play a leadership role vis-à-vis other women. The workshop included various interactive exercises and was based on the Women’s Learning Partnership (WLP)’s produced training manuals, namely “Leading to Choices” and “Leading to Action”.

“My Nationality is a Right for me and for Family Campaign” rejects the law proposal to restitute the Lebanese nationality and consider it discriminatory against women

Mon, 05/12/2014

My Nationality is a Right for me and for my Family Campaign expressed in a statement released yesterday, its rejection of the law proposal to restitute Lebanese Nationality to immigrants of Lebanese descent, stating that this law proposal further violates Lebanese women’s right to full citizenship.

Training on “Leadership communication and political participation” for NC on 7 and 8 May 2014

Thu, 05/08/2014

Some 13 participants involved in the Nationality Campaign, took part in this two-day workshop on Leadership communication and political participation, which was held on May 7 and 8. The training aimed at strengthening their leadership, communication and advocacy skills in order to further scale up their role within the Campaign as well as enable them to play a leadership role vis-à-vis other women. The workshop included various interactive exercises and was based on the Women’s Learning Partnership (WLP)’s produced training manuals, namely “Leading to Choices” and “Leading to Action”.

Training on “Leadership communication and political participation” for NC on 7 and 8 May 2014

Wed, 05/07/2014

Some 13 participants involved in the Nationality Campaign, took part in this two-day workshop on Leadership communication and political participation, which was held on May 7 and 8. The training aimed at strengthening their leadership, communication and advocacy skills in order to further scale up their role within the Campaign as well as enable them to play a leadership role vis-à-vis other women. The workshop included various interactive exercises and was based on the Women’s Learning Partnership (WLP)’s produced training manuals, namely “Leading to Choices” and “Leading to Action”.

The new salary scale vaporises between economic and political interests

Wed, 04/30/2014

After more than two years of revisions, reviews of figures, search for potential sources of income, and assessment of economic implications, as well as commuting between several parliamentary commissions, the proposed new salary scale was finally deferred until after the Presidential elections, at the risk of being buried all together (at least in its currently proposed form).

My Nationality is a Right for me and for My Family Campaign organizes a General Assembly in Shabriha (South Lebanon) on April 24th 2014

Thu, 04/24/2014

As part 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 24th a general assembly in the area of Shabriha (South Lebanon). The event was held at the local club of the Popular Aid for Relief and Development (PARD) and was attended by 35 concerned women in addition to PARD field staff and practitioners. The event included an introduction to the Nationality Campaign.

Training on “Leadership communication and political participation” for NC on 16 and 17 April 2014

Wed, 04/16/2014

Some 11 participants involved in the Nationality Campaign, took part in this two-day workshop on Leadership communication and political participation, which was held on April 16 and 17. The training aimed at strengthening their leadership, communication and advocacy skills in order to further scale up their role within the Campaign as well as enable them to play a leadership role vis-à-vis other women. The workshop included various interactive exercises and was based on the Women’s Learning Partnership (WLP)’s produced training manuals, namely “Leading to Choices” and “Leading to Action”.

Training on “Leadership communication and political participation” for NC on 16 and 17 April 2014

Wed, 04/16/2014

Some 11 participants involved in the Nationality Campaign, took part in this two-day workshop on Leadership communication and political participation, which was held on April 16 and 17. The training aimed at strengthening their leadership, communication and advocacy skills in order to further scale up their role within the Campaign as well as enable them to play a leadership role vis-à-vis other women. The workshop included various interactive exercises and was based on the Women’s Learning Partnership (WLP)’s produced training manuals, namely “Leading to Choices” and “Leading to Action”.

My Nationality is a Right for me and for My Family Campaign organizes a General Assembly in Qasmyeh (South Lebanon) on April 10th 2014

Thu, 04/10/2014

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 general assembly in the area of Qasmyeh (South Lebanon). The event was held at the local club of the Popular Aid for Relief and Development (PARD) and was attended by 25 concerned women in addition to PARD field staff and practitioners. The event included an introduction to the Nationality Campaign, its history, components and future direction.