Partners
INTERNATIONAL CENTER FOR TRANSITIONAL JUSTICE (ICTJ)
The International Center for Transitional Justice is an international non-profit organization specializing in the field of transitional justice. ICTJ works to help societies in transition address legacies of massive human rights violations and build civic trust in state institutions as protectors of human rights. In the aftermath of mass atrocity and repression, we assist institutions and civil society groups—the people who are driving and shaping change in their societies—in considering measures to provide truth, accountability, and redress for past abuses. We do this by providing technical expertise and knowledge of relevant comparative experiences in transitional justice from across the globe.
UMAM D&R
UMAM D&R aims to preserve, examine, and debate the memories of civil violence as well as to provide a platform for public access to, and exchange of such memories. Ultimately, we seek to shed light on these conflicting memories, analyze them, and evaluate collectively the shared responsibilities associated with their continued presence.
CENTRE OF STUDIES FOR THE MODERN ARAB WORLD (CEMAM)
The center of studies for the modern Arab world (CEMAM), founded in 1971 and attached to the Faculty of Arts and Humanities at the Saint Joseph University of Beirut since 1977, is a 'Centre for Research and Studies about the social fact in the Arab Middle East,developing interdisciplinary research along specific lines that are redefined every four years. It provides information on social changes from the continuous observation and analysis of the movement of ideas in the Arab Middle East countries.
ACT FOR THE DISAPPEARED

ACT for the Disappeared is a Lebanese Human Rights association that aims to help clarifying the fate of the thousands forced disappeared and missing persons in Lebanon, and contribute to a reunifying national reconciliation process. ACT encourages relatives of the disappeared to speak up and supports the initiatives of the families associations to find solution to the issue.  ACT seeks to engage the Lebanese citizens, with a focus on the young generation, to support the right to know the fate of the disappeared, and better comprehend the war's consequences. To this aim, ACT organizes public events and communications campaigns, and develops a range of awareness raising activities that entail an active participation of the youth.

ARAB RESOURCE CENTER FOR POPULAR ARTS / AL JANA

ِِA non profit organization was founded in 1990 with an office in Beirut, Lebanon. Established with the intent of improving the lives and standard of living through promoting active learning and creative expression among Palestinian Refugees.
 

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