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For Free: Where you can get help and help others in Lebanon during these difficult times

Through independent initiatives, Lebanese citizens have taken it upon themselves to provide the basic needs.

Demonstrators sit in "Beit El Cha3eb" on the Ring highway during a protest in Lebanon. (Hussein Malla/AP)
Reclaiming Public Space During the Revolution: How We Are Reconnecting With Lebanese Cities

From highways to proactivity, people in Lebanon have taken back their essential right to exist in open, free, and accessible public spaces.

(Winter on Fire: Ukraine's Fight For Freedom)
From Hong Kong to Beirut, as Inspired by Ukraine’s Fight for Freedom

While the overview of Winter On Fire is not to be wholly discredited, it does present the world with a whitewashed version of Ukraine’s Maidan uprising.

Fires in the Chouf area (Albawaba)
Fires spread across Lebanon, local firefighting planes need $450,000 maintenance

More than 104 fires have spread across Lebanon since early Monday morning, according to the.

La Mercè 2019 celebrates Beirut heritage and culture in Barcelona. (barcelon.cat)
Barcelona’s “La Mercè” festival celebrates Beirut’s customs and culture

Barcelona celebrates La Mercè, the city’s main festival honoring the Virgin of Grace (Mare de.

Still from Interbellum's Ready To Dissolve music video, directed by Camille Cabbabé.
Interbellum takes you down a winding, nostalgic road with Dead Pets, Old Griefs

Interbellum’s Karl Mattar would much rather let his music speak for itself than sit for.

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.

At the Ramsis metro station, women usually prefer to use the ladies metro cars for fear of being harassed. (Photo by Eman Helal, one of the female journalists in Zahra Hankir's anthology.
Our Women On The Ground: Arab women reporting on conflicts in their own backyards

“There is no one Arab woman, there is no one way to be an Arab woman, and there is no one Arab female experience.”

Hammana Artist House, an art residency space situated 40-minutes from Beirut. (hah-lb.org)
Cherries and Snow: Hammana Artist House breathes life back into a small Lebanese village

The history of the Hammana Artist House and its role in revitalising a village known for its cherries and climate.

Garbage crisis: Around 85 percent of Lebanon's waste goes to open dumps or landfills, even though 88 to 90 percent of it can be composted or recycled. (Infographic by Christina Atik)
Lebanese Politicians Will Never Agree On A Sustainable Solution To The Garbage Crisis

Harsh criticism or reality?