Performing No Demand No Supply: A Re-reading of Lebanon’s 2016 Sex Trafficking Scandal,” a documentary theatre performance under the patronage of the AUB Theater Initiative and in collaboration with NGO KAFA. (Nataly Hindaoui)
No Demand No Supply: Bringing the sex buyer into the narrative

Three years after its raid, the ring leaders behind the largest case of human trafficking in Lebanon are still at large.

Alternative Media in Lebanon: In Constant Conversation Between the Old and New

What does it take to be alternative?

Students protest the tuition dollarization in front of the Ministry of Education in Lebanon. (Facebook | @madanetwork)
How University Student Activists are Protesting Tuition Dollarization in Lebanon

“Our voices are as high as our tuition.”

With Yo-Yo Ma and Right To Play, Beirut Becomes a Stage for Refugees

Young Syrian and Palestinian refugees recently shared the stage with world-renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma and.

Can’t Pay, Won’t Pay: Students in Lebanon are Protesting Again

Students and parents in Lebanon are mobilizing with Mada, the independent student network, against the.

Beirut’s historic landmarks between resilience and destruction: the case of Vendome Stairs

In recent years, several civil society groups have fought to protect what little is left of public spaces in Beirut.

Lyrics from Mashrou' Leila's Tayf (Ghost). (Christina Atik | Beirut Today)
Thousands protest Mashrou’ Leila cancellation through massive concert in Beirut

Thousands stood in solidarity with Mashrou’ Leila, following the cancellation of their concert at the.

Lebanese musician and singer Marcel Khalife opening the 2019 Baalbeck International Festival. (EPA)
The Politics Behind Marcel Khalife Skipping The National Anthem And The Public’s Reaction

In response to his critics, Marcel Khalife released a statement protesting the situation the country is in because of the current political leadership.

Lebanese actor Ziad Itani being carried after his release in 2018. (AP Photo | Hussein Malla)
Ziad Itani, Lebanon’s torture epidemic and its frail courts

In his harrowing testimony, Ziad Itani said he was hung by his wrists for hours, kicked in the face enough to damage his teeth, and threatened with rape.

Protesting the Bisri Dam (ejatlas.org)
The Bisri Dam Project in Lebanon is a “Ticking Atomic Bomb”

Despite the benefits that the CDR is promising from the Bisri Dam project, environmental activists are not convinced and for good reason.