Publications

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THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS IN LEBANON

A DEADLINE FRAUGHT WITH DANGER?

La Maison du Futur in cooperation with the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung will be publishing in 2016 a series of policy papers tackling political, economic and social topics that are of interest for Lebanon and the region. The second policy paper was prepared by Professor Joseph Maila entitled "The Presidential Elections in Lebanon: a Deadline Fraught with Danger?" more…

August 1, 2016

The Gender-Citizenship Nexus: Lebanese Family Status Law and the Challenge of Legal Pluralism

The Konrad Adenauer Foundation in Lebanon, in partnership with Notre Dame University’s Chair of Religious, Cultural and Philosophical Studies and the Father and Sons for Citizenship (NGO), organized a panel discussion on “The Gender-Citizenship Nexus: Lebanese Family Status Law and the Challenge of Legal Pluralism”. more…

Event Reports | January 7, 2016

Enhancing the Role and Participation of Women in the Public Sphere

The Konrad Adenauer Foundation in cooperation with the Lebanese Organization of Studies and Training (LOST) and the Local Development Office at the Baalbeck-Hermel Governor’s office (LDO) organized a series of workshops and seminars to empower 80 women in 4 of the largest neighborhoods of Baalbeck city with the knowledge and skills needed to advocate for participation in the decision making process at the local level, be it voting or candidacy. more…

Event Reports | January 7, 2016

Building Bridges between Migrants and Lebanese to Combat Human Trafficking

Working towards the enhancement of protection for migrant workers and victims of human trafficking in Lebanon more…

Event Reports | January 5, 2016

The Controversy of Civil Marriage in Lebanon

In partnership with the Lebanese University, the Konrad Adenauer Foundation in Lebanon has organized a public conference and a discussion session with the students of the Lebanese University on the topic of civil marriage in Lebanon. more…

Event Reports | December 15, 2015