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Beirut Bar Association [English][Arabic][French].
Beirut Bar Association includes all mandatory registered lawyers on its syndicate register to whom the law has granted exclusive rights of proxy and argument at Lebanese courts, to uphold to justice by providing legal advice and to defend rights according to provisions of the law on regulating the legal profession No. 2/70 along with its amendments, and according to by-laws of the syndicate and to the rules of conduct of the legal profession.
Beirut Spring [English]. 2005
The Beirut Spring is a blog that is interested in the Lebanese society and its politics. [English][Arabic][French].
The independence uprising – the nationalist Lebanese opposition. This website offers a space for Lebanese-Lebanese, Lebanese-Arab Muslim-Christian, and Arab-Western dialogue.
Campaign for Good Governance in Lebanon [English].
An Internet-based initiative aimed at establishing good governance in Lebanon. CGGL encourages its members, and others who share its philosophy to participate in the effort to expose the corruption and other ills befalling the Lebanese government and society.
Center for Sponsored Research and Development [English].
The Center for Sponsored Research and Development (CSRD) is a semi-autonomous interdepartmental unit of the Lebanese American University. It is responsible for the coordination and management of all sponsored research and development projects undertaken by the University. It enjoys the advice and counsel of an independent Advisory Board made up of business and community leaders.
CRTDA - Majal newsletter [Arabic].
MAJAL- electronic newsletter monitoring Non-Governmental Organizations in Lebanon. Majal is issued by the information unit of the Collective for Research and Training on Development - ACTION (CRTDA).
Friedrich Eburt Stiftung Organization: Lebanon Office [English].
The Friedrich Eburt Stiftung Organization (FES) in Lebanon is dedicated to develop and strengthen democratic structures and processes at the political and social level in Lebanon by means of consulting, training and advanced training courses, as well as providing information and resources. Special attention is paid to the integration of civil society in the context of a local, regional and international socio-political dialogue..
Lebanese Center for Policy Studies: Civil Society Index [English].
The Lebanese Center for Policy Studies (LCPS) has an extensive record of public policy work in Lebanon and the MENA region. LCPS is a non-partisan, non-profit think tank that produces research and publications, and provides advocacy, training, and capacity building. This Civil Society Index includes the center's civil society programs and reports.
Lebanese Information Center [English].
The Lebanese Information Center (LIC) is an independent, non-profit Research Institute committed to providing information about Lebanon and its people for individuals and institutions.
Lebanese NGO Forum [English].
The Forum coordinates the activities of Lebanese NGOs concerned primarily with relief and development (social, health, and educational) issues.
Ministry of Interior and Municipalities - General Directorate of Personal Status [Arabic].
The General Directorate of Personal Status is one of the General Directorates of the Lebanese Ministry of Interior and Municipalities. It deals with matters relating to nationality and population census and preparation of electoral lists and issuance of identity cards.
Rene Moawad Foundation [English][French].
The René Moawad Foundation is a non-profit and non-governmental organization. It aims to promote the social, economic, and rural development of Lebanon and contributes in building the civil society.
Tripoli Bar Association [English][Arabic][French].
This Web-site publishes the syndicate's activities, legal studies and resolutions.
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