Illustration by Christina Atik showing three women holding megaphones. The first woman, with medium-length black hair and a crop top is saying "All the catastrophes are patriarchal." The second woman, with short hair and a loose white shirt continues "And feminism." The third woman, with a white hijab, adds "Is the solution."
On they march: Hundreds protest for women’s rights in Lebanon

Women in Lebanon are angry, and rightfully so. Nationality, criminal, personal status, and labour laws.

Academia For the Elite: Can We Really Afford Education?

The crisis is two-fold.

HINAD— A Campaign to Challenge Stereotypes Claiming to “fix” Homosexuality

The campaign, which addresses the misconceptions and harmful practices of SOCE, is the first of its kind in the Arab world. HINAD aims to raise awareness, and urges all people who have questions about sexual orientation or gender identity, including families, school teachers, school nurses, and others, to consult competent healthcare providers.

Roadster welcomes vegans home with launch of seven new dishes

Vegans can now join their friends in eating at Roadster Diner without having to settle for just fries. The food chain launched the addition of seven new vegan items to its official menu on Monday, November 5.

Capharnaüm: The Limits of Liberal Thought

Without showing what constitutes poverty — a socio-economic necessity within an unfair economic model — the end result is a problematic and flawed depiction.

Civil marriage finds its way onto the Lebanese horizon

The “Civil Love” campaign is a celebration of social union between two individuals regardless of their backgrounds. The campaign hopes to gathering people to sign the “Civil Love” declaration and urging them to spread the message of unconditional love.

Heritage Tourism in Baalbeck: A Hands-On Experience Like No Other

The Baalbeck International Festival forms a unique mode of cultural heritage tourism that allows visitors to engage with the ancient ruins physically as well as mentally.

Waynick: Simple music that comes from the heart and goes straight to it

Beirut Today interviews indie band Waynick on making easily relatable music, their debut EP and managing a band.

Stepping Up Surveillance in a World of Uncertainties: Intelligence to Preserve Liberties

The fear that these capabilities may lead to the detention of law-abiding citizens is quite acute and more amplified in the Middle East than the case in Europe or the United States.

Less hipster, more subtle dream pop: A conversation with Postcards’ Julia Sabra

Postcards on their new dream pop album, the dualities of Beirut, and the waves in the music scene.