A Legal Guide for Victims of the Beirut Port Blast
A Legal Guide for Victims of the Beirut Port Blast

Why this guide? This guide is designed for victims of the Beirut Port blast. Due to the multifaceted collapse of the Lebanese state and its failure to properly inform and advise victims of their rights, the Legal Agenda released…

  |   04/06/2021

Lebanon, Studies & Papers

Joint Letter to the Human Rights Council calling for an International Investigative Mission into the Beirut Blast
Joint Letter to the Human Rights Council calling for an International Investigative Mission into the Beirut Blast

To the Permanent Representatives of Member and Observer States of the United Nations Human Rights Council, Excellencies, We, the undersigned Lebanese and international organizations, individuals, survivors, and families of the victims are writing to request your support in the establishment of an international, independent, and impartial investigative mission, such as…

  |   15/06/2021

Lebanon

How Lebanese Authorities Weaponized Arrests to Suppress the Right to Protest
How Lebanese Authorities Weaponized Arrests to Suppress the Right to Protest

This report was published in Arabic in issue 66 of The Legal Agenda, “The Uprising Meets the State, and State Violence.” It is part of a series documenting the various ways the Lebanese authorities repressed protesters’ rights during the October 17 uprising. The series brings to light the sacrifices made…

,,   |   03/06/2021

Investigations, Lebanon, Lebanon Magazine

Foreign Workers Revolt Against the “Republic’s Contractor” in Lebanon
Foreign Workers Revolt Against the “Republic’s Contractor” in Lebanon

The May 2020 strike by RAMCO’s foreign workers in protest of their mistreatment showed how serious exploitation in Lebanon has become, exploitation that had convinced them they had nothing left to lose. Their salaries had fallen by two thirds because the company had begun paying them in Lebanese lira at…

  |   21/04/2021

Lebanon

Social and Solidarity Economy in Tunisia: When Local Need Meets International Encouragement
Social and Solidarity Economy in Tunisia: When Local Need Meets International Encouragement

The first session of the current parliament ended in a quantitatively and qualitatively poor legislative yield, an atmosphere rife with quarrels, accusations of treason and exclusionary rhetoric, and a public impression that Parliament’s performance is deteriorating daily. The approval of the Social and Solidarity Economy Law on 17 June 2020…

  |   10/05/2021

Tunisia

How Lebanese Authorities Weaponized Arrests to Suppress the Right to Protest
How Lebanese Authorities Weaponized Arrests to Suppress the Right to Protest

This report was published in Arabic in issue 66 of The Legal Agenda, “The Uprising Meets the State, and State Violence.” It is part of a series documenting the various ways the Lebanese authorities repressed protesters’ rights during the October 17 uprising. The series brings to light the sacrifices made…

,,   |   03/06/2021

Investigations, Lebanon, Lebanon Magazine

A Legal Guide for Victims of the Beirut Port Blast
A Legal Guide for Victims of the Beirut Port Blast

Why this guide? This guide is designed for victims of the Beirut Port blast. Due to the multifaceted collapse of the Lebanese state and its failure to properly inform and advise victims of their rights, the Legal Agenda released this guide to provide victims with the basic legal information they…

  |   04/06/2021

Lebanon, Studies & Papers

Foreign Workers Revolt Against the “Republic’s Contractor” in Lebanon
Foreign Workers Revolt Against the “Republic’s Contractor” in Lebanon

The May 2020 strike by RAMCO’s foreign workers in protest of their mistreatment showed how serious exploitation in Lebanon has become, exploitation that had convinced them they had nothing left to lose. Their salaries had fallen by two thirds because the company had begun paying them in Lebanese lira at…

  |   21/04/2021

Lebanon

Articles
Joint Letter to the Human Rights Council calling for an International Investigative Mission into the Beirut Blast
Joint Letter to the Human Rights Council calling for an International Investigative Mission into the Beirut Blast

To the Permanent Representatives of Member and Observer States of the United Nations Human Rights…

  |   15/06/2021

Lebanon

A Legal Guide for Victims of the Beirut Port Blast
A Legal Guide for Victims of the Beirut Port Blast

Why this guide? This guide is designed for victims of the Beirut Port blast. Due…

  |   04/06/2021

Lebanon, Studies & Papers

How Lebanese Authorities Weaponized Arrests to Suppress the Right to Protest
How Lebanese Authorities Weaponized Arrests to Suppress the Right to Protest

This report was published in Arabic in issue 66 of The Legal Agenda, “The Uprising…

,,   |   03/06/2021

Investigations, Lebanon, Lebanon Magazine

The Moral Limits of Michel Chiha’s Economic Liberalism 
The Moral Limits of Michel Chiha’s Economic Liberalism 

With the dawn of Lebanon’s independence, the country faced the choice of different economic paths.…

  |   31/05/2021

Lebanon



A Model Defense for Defamation of Public Officials Cases

Did you publish an article about acts of corruption done by a public official after strong evidence was available? Did…

  |   29/06/2020

Lebanon, Media, Videos

A Legal Guide for Victims of the Beirut Port Blast

A Legal Guide for Victims of the Beirut Port Blast

Why this guide? This guide is designed for victims of the Beirut Port blast. Due to the multifaceted collapse of…

  |   04/06/2021

Lebanon, Studies & Papers

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