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20th April 2018 Rima and Ahmed are not alone. Despite state-sponsored repression and social stigma, lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people in the... →
20th April 2018 After seven years as reluctant hosts to a million or more Syrian refugees, some Lebanese politicians have become increasingly vocal since 2017 in... →
26th March 2018 Under the law, all Lebanese children should have access to education free from discrimination. Lebanon’s Law 220 of 2000 grants persons with... →
1st March 2018 The ‘sustaining peace’ agenda emerged in 2015 amidst increasing calls for a more effective and cost-efficient UN system that can meet the world's... →
19th September 2017 Since 2011, violence in Syria has forcibly displaced at least 1.6 million school-age children to other countries in the region. Before the... →
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 5th July 2017 Two themes have been central to global security debates over the past few years: migration and violent extremism. These two phenomena are happening... →
21st June 2017 Syrian refugees and Palestine refugees from Syria have fled their homes in search of safety. But Oxfam’s 2017 research revealed that most people... →
17th May 2017 The world is witnessing higher levels of displacement than ever before. The statistics tell the story. Today, an unprecedented 65 million... →