Court Trends in Rape Cases in Beirut and Mount Lebanon
Court Trends in Rape Cases in Beirut and Mount Lebanon

Introduction Sexual violence constitutes one of the most unpunished crimes. This is due to several reasons,[1] including the difficulty of proving them, a prevailing tendency to blame the victim and question her credibility, and the fear and terror that…

  |   16/01/2021

Articles, Lebanon

Bar Association Sounds the Alarm about Beirut Port Investigation: What’s Next?
Bar Association Sounds the Alarm about Beirut Port Investigation: What’s Next?

It took two and a half months of following the investigation into the Beirut port massacre for the Beirut Bar Association to determine that the concerns the Legal Agenda expressed in its article “Twelve Bad Signs at the Outset of the Beirut Massacre Investigation” were well placed. At the time…

  |   10/12/2020

Lebanon, Legislative Observatory, Stakeholders

Founding the Lebanese Left: From Colonial Rule to Independence
Founding the Lebanese Left: From Colonial Rule to Independence

On 30 April 1925, the walls and streets of Lebanese towns and cities were filled with pamphlets declaring that, “the Lebanese People’s Party, founded by the workers and peasants of Lebanon, demands lifting the injustice being brought upon the working class; it calls all the workers of this country to…

  |   11/01/2021

Articles, Lebanon

Court Trends in Rape Cases in Beirut and Mount Lebanon
Court Trends in Rape Cases in Beirut and Mount Lebanon

Introduction Sexual violence constitutes one of the most unpunished crimes. This is due to several reasons,[1] including the difficulty of proving them, a prevailing tendency to blame the victim and question her credibility, and the fear and terror that these crimes cause for the victims and survivors, which can deter…

  |   16/01/2021

Articles, Lebanon

Court Trends in Rape Cases in Beirut and Mount Lebanon
Court Trends in Rape Cases in Beirut and Mount Lebanon

Introduction Sexual violence constitutes one of the most unpunished crimes. This is due to several reasons,[1] including the difficulty of proving them, a prevailing tendency to blame the victim and question her credibility, and the fear and terror that these crimes cause for the victims and survivors, which can deter…

  |   16/01/2021

Articles, Lebanon

Court Trends in Rape Cases in Beirut and Mount Lebanon
Court Trends in Rape Cases in Beirut and Mount Lebanon

Introduction Sexual violence constitutes one of the most unpunished crimes. This is due to several reasons,[1] including the difficulty of proving them, a prevailing tendency to blame the victim and question her credibility, and the fear and terror that these crimes cause for the victims and survivors, which can deter…

  |   16/01/2021

Articles, Lebanon

Bar Association Sounds the Alarm about Beirut Port Investigation: What’s Next?
Bar Association Sounds the Alarm about Beirut Port Investigation: What’s Next?

It took two and a half months of following the investigation into the Beirut port massacre for the Beirut Bar Association to determine that the concerns the Legal Agenda expressed in its article “Twelve Bad Signs at the Outset of the Beirut Massacre Investigation” were well placed. At the time…

  |   10/12/2020

Lebanon, Legislative Observatory, Stakeholders

Implementing Social Solidarity Economy in Tunisia is Difficult
Implementing Social Solidarity Economy in Tunisia is Difficult

The approval of Tunisia’s new social solidarity economy (SSE) law on 17 June 2020 was the culmination of a long process that began back in 2011. At that time, revising the development paradigm became a top priority because of its socioeconomic repercussions, which had led to the revolution that the…

  |   13/01/2021

Tunisia

Tripoli’s Clientelism in the Age of Corona
Tripoli’s Clientelism in the Age of Corona

This article was written early last August, and we postponed its publication following the explosion of Beirut’s port. Since then, the social and political crisis, along with the poverty in Tripoli and several other parts of Lebanon, has escalated. We saw fit to publish it today so that it may…

  |   08/12/2020

Investigations, Issues, Lebanon, Topics

Articles
Court Trends in Rape Cases in Beirut and Mount Lebanon
Court Trends in Rape Cases in Beirut and Mount Lebanon

Introduction Sexual violence constitutes one of the most unpunished crimes. This is due to several…

  |   16/01/2021

Articles, Lebanon

Implementing Social Solidarity Economy in Tunisia is Difficult
Implementing Social Solidarity Economy in Tunisia is Difficult

The approval of Tunisia’s new social solidarity economy (SSE) law on 17 June 2020 was…

  |   13/01/2021

Tunisia

Founding the Lebanese Left: From Colonial Rule to Independence
Founding the Lebanese Left: From Colonial Rule to Independence

On 30 April 1925, the walls and streets of Lebanese towns and cities were filled…

  |   11/01/2021

Articles, 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

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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