Author: Beirut Today
When refugees fear racism, harassment, and the possibility of deportation, they are less likely to.
Not integrating a quarter of Lebanon’s inhabitants, solely because they are refugees, has a wide range impact on Lebanese socio-economic life.
Lebanon’s army used live bullets, rubber rounds, and tear gas to disperse protesters in Tripoli, where banks are being set on fire as the economy crashes.
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In another episode of Beirut Talks, activist and environmental engineer Ziad Abi Chaker discusses the.
In this video, we follow the detailed stories of 3 protesters from the moment they.
For the fourth episode of Beirut Talks, lawyer, human rights researcher, activist, and co-founder of.