Their blog covers events, interviews, and commentary involving social development in Lebanon. Individual posts feature summaries and general commentary and opinion of Lebanon- or Middle East-related panels held here in Washington, interviews with leaders of Lebanese NGOs, and relevant political and cultural developments that lack in-depth coverage in mainstream news. They update their blog several times per week, with a variety of relevant post topics- not simply news updates. The posts are supplemented with pictures and videos relevant to the information and commentary that enhance the blog's overall message.

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    Their writing style is informative and to-the-point, and also accessible. The focus is not centered exclusively around political developments but also cultural developments, with a particular interest in communications and social media use, and the importance of the liberty to do so. Photos and video supplement but do not replace text contributions.

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Lebanon Mountain Trail Association Annual Walk

The Lebanon Mountain Trail Association is organizing this April 2011 the long awaited annual thru-walk (3rd Edition). A complete expedition on the Lebanon Mountain Trail, from Marjayoun to Qbaiyat, covering 440Km in 28 days! Don't miss this annual opportunity to discover Lebanon in a unique way and support local communities. For more...

Mar 8, 2011, 7:26 PM
Open Call for Papers on Lebanon

SAFADI FOUNDATION USA LAUNCHES OPEN CALL FOR PAPERS ON LEBANONWashington, DC, February 24, 2011 – The Safadi Foundation USA (SFUSA), The Program on Good Governance and Political Reform in the Arab World at the Center on Democracy, Development, and Rule of Law (CDDRL) at Stanford University and the Center for International Private Enterprise...

Feb 24, 2011, 8:48 PM
Spotlight Series: The Animal Pride and Freedom Campaign

Animal rights activists are a growing part of Lebanon's civil society. Although many in Lebanon might laugh away the notion in a country where full human rights have yet to be secured. Regardless of your opinion on the issue, there is something to be said about the ability of a non-political issue like this to bring people together around a...

Nov 16, 2010, 12:54 AM


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