In the heart of the Shatila refugee camp, Alsama Cricket Club is giving children who have fled war new opportunities to learn and dream big in Lebanon.
Lebanese people have popularized the idea that Syrian refugees are “job stealers,” but that's not actually the case.
Amnesty International is urging Lebanon, Turkey and Jordan to protect Syrian refugees from deportation or forcible return.
The Lebanese domestic violence law is applicable to all who face violence or exploitation, including refugees.
PRIDE events make money for big corporations that don't really care, and limit who has access to celebrate their sexuality.
Since October 2019, the frequency of arrests and summonsing made against activists and journalists has significantly increased.
In spite of her imprisonment, Souha Bechara would be marked as a symbol of freedom, strength, and resistance in Lebanon.
Media workers say Lebanon's press freedom remains so long as there are people willing to stand in opposition to the ruling class.