Lebanon’s Digital Transformation Exposes Fundamental Administrative Shortcomings
Lebanon’s Digital Transformation Exposes Fundamental Administrative Shortcomings

The technology sector is today one of the fastest growing sectors globally, and digitization has begun imposing itself on all private and public spheres. Countries have adopted the term “digital transformation” (DT) to signify that information and communications technology…

  |   03/03/2021

Articles, Lebanon, Lebanon Magazine, Magazine

A Popular Uprising Met With Violence and Torture: Crimes Against Protesters During Lebanon’s Uprising
A Popular Uprising Met With Violence and Torture: Crimes Against Protesters During Lebanon’s Uprising

 This report was originally 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…

  |   18/02/2021

Investigations, Lebanon, Lebanon Magazine, Legislative Observatory, Magazine

Lebanon’s Digital Transformation Exposes Fundamental Administrative Shortcomings
Lebanon’s Digital Transformation Exposes Fundamental Administrative Shortcomings

The technology sector is today one of the fastest growing sectors globally, and digitization has begun imposing itself on all private and public spheres. Countries have adopted the term “digital transformation” (DT) to signify that information and communications technology (ICT) has a radical effect on the approach to administration rather…

  |   03/03/2021

Articles, Lebanon, Lebanon Magazine, Magazine

Discrimination Amid Demands to Evict Ras Al Nabaa Workers
Discrimination Amid Demands to Evict Ras Al Nabaa Workers

This article was originally published in June 2020. We are republishing it now because of the insights it offers into the circumstances of foreign workers in Lebanon during crises, particularly COVID-19. (Editor)   A stigma has followed the workers residing in two buildings in Beirut’s Ras Al Nabaa district ever…

  |   11/02/2021

Investigations, Lebanon, Lebanon Magazine, Magazine

Egyptian Guardians of Justice Are Guardians of Cyber Morality
Egyptian Guardians of Justice Are Guardians of Cyber Morality

Last April, the Public Prosecution began a morality campaign to police women’s use of social media. It began with the arrest of TikTok user Haneen Hossam and then witnessed the arrests of eight more women continuing until June, in the name of protecting the vague and ambiguous concept of Egyptian…

  |   01/02/2021

Articles, Egypt

Fear and Law in the Age of Corona: Part IV
Fear and Law in the Age of Corona: Part IV

It seemed far away in the beginning, that disease spreading eastward. We thought ourselves immune to its fangs. When the first cases were recorded in Lebanon in late February 2020, we were told, “There’s no reason to panic”. However, the epidemic became a pandemic, and panic spread through the country,…

  |   08/02/2021

Articles, Lebanon

Lebanon’s Digital Transformation Exposes Fundamental Administrative Shortcomings
Lebanon’s Digital Transformation Exposes Fundamental Administrative Shortcomings

The technology sector is today one of the fastest growing sectors globally, and digitization has begun imposing itself on all private and public spheres. Countries have adopted the term “digital transformation” (DT) to signify that information and communications technology (ICT) has a radical effect on the approach to administration rather…

  |   03/03/2021

Articles, Lebanon, Lebanon Magazine, Magazine

Where Is the Workers’ Spring in the Era of Collapse?
Where Is the Workers’ Spring in the Era of Collapse?

During my childhood, the public Labor Day holiday on May 1 long was an opportunity to make my first yearly visit to my mountainous hometown, Deir al-Qamar, as spring began and the severe cold there subsided. It was a chance for me to visit my family’s historical home and satisfy…

  |   25/02/2021

Articles, Lebanon, Lebanon Magazine, Magazine

Leases and Rent Payments Amidst the Financial and Coronavirus Crises in Lebanon
Leases and Rent Payments Amidst the Financial and Coronavirus Crises in Lebanon

Since October 2019, Lebanon has been experiencing a stifling financial and economic crisis, which was only deepened by the COVID-19 pandemic. Between October 2019 and March 2020, several establishments closed entirely or in part, many workers lost their jobs or the bulk of their salaries, and the national currency depreciated.…

  |   17/02/2021

Articles, Lebanon, Lebanon Magazine, Magazine

Articles
Lebanon’s Digital Transformation Exposes Fundamental Administrative Shortcomings
Lebanon’s Digital Transformation Exposes Fundamental Administrative Shortcomings

The technology sector is today one of the fastest growing sectors globally, and digitization has…

  |   03/03/2021

Articles, Lebanon, Lebanon Magazine, Magazine

Tunisia: From a Police State to a State of Police Unions?
Tunisia: From a Police State to a State of Police Unions?

The issue of police unions has come to the forefront of political and rights debate…

  |   01/03/2021

Articles, Magazine, Tunisia, Tunisia Magazine

Where Is the Workers’ Spring in the Era of Collapse?
Where Is the Workers’ Spring in the Era of Collapse?

During my childhood, the public Labor Day holiday on May 1 long was an opportunity…

  |   25/02/2021

Articles, Lebanon, Lebanon Magazine, Magazine



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

Pre-Trial Detention in Lebanon: Punishment Prior to Conviction or a Necessary Measure?

Pre-Trial Detention in Lebanon: Punishment Prior to Conviction or a Necessary Measure?

An Analysis of Short-Term Pre-Trial Detention Rulings This study intends to understand the judicial policies and practices related to the…

  |   22/05/2019

Lebanon, Studies & Papers

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