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10/12/18 Jean Paul, Chami chami.jeanpaul@gmail.com نحو ثقافة سلام عبر تعليم الأساتذة : كتيب للمدربين A teachers training manual with a focus on democracy, citizenship, diversity, and conflict management resolution.

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10/12/18 Jean Paul, Chami chami.jeanpaul@gmail.com الاعلام والنزاع Conflict addressed via journalism by promoting conflict analysis skills and unbiased reporting.

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10/12/18 Jean Paul, Chami chami.jeanpaul@gmail.com دليل مهارات التدريب وادارة الفريق وحل النزاع Manual for social facilitators for training young female trainers on conflict resolution, facilitation skills so that the trainees conduct awareness raising on development needs in Yemen.

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10/17/18 Roula rzayat@arabruleoflaw.org Women’s Participation in Public Life Within the project of “Encouraging Marginalized Voices in the Lebanese Political Process” funded by MEPI- NEA/AC, ACRLI has published a new legal assessment report “Women’s Participation in Public Life” which tackles the question of women’s participation in public life from a legal perspective and examines the constraints imposed on them and the diminutive effects those constraints have on women’s participation. It also incorporates the recommendations, opinions, views and arguments put forth by those civil society organizations who participated in the focus groups and workshops.

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10/19/18 ماهر محمود ناصر mahersbdc@yahoo.com تنمية اقتصادية حملات المدافعة حول التشريعات والقوانين الاقتصادية

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05/30/19 mohamed boutaleb boutaleb_tn@yahoo.fr

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04/10/18 Institute for Women's Studies in the Arab World (IWSAW) iwsaw@lau.edu.lb Capacity Building for Law Enforcement Personnel on Gender-Based Violence Prevention and Response IWSAW launched project that focused on building the capacity of law enforcement personnel to identify, prevent and respond appropriately to gender-based violence (GBV), and to increase gender awareness and equality within the security sector itself. The full program entailed in-depth training for female and male Lebanese security personnel on: Integrating gender perspectives into the provision of security service; Increasing women’s representation and participation in the security sector, international and national legal frameworks, policies, and procedures in cases of GBV; Overcoming challenges to gender equality and GBV prevention and response in the Lebanese context.

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04/10/18 Institute for Women's Studies in the Arab World (IWSAW) iwsaw@lau.edu.lb Sexuality Matters

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04/10/18 Institute for Women's Studies in the Arab World (IWSAW) iwsaw@lau.edu.lb حماية القاصرات من الزواج المبكر: الواقع والمرتجى إن كثرة حالات الزيجات المبكرة للقاصرات التي شهدها المجتمع اللبناني في الآونة الأخيرة ولا يزال هو ما استرعى إنتباه رجال القانون ووسائل الإعلام وهيئات المجتمع المدني ودفعها إلى طرح المشكلة على طاولة البحث، تصديًا لها وحرصًا على تفاديها. ولعلّ أبرز مسبِّبات الزواج المبكر للقاصرات يكمن في الجانب الإقتصادي والإجتماعي اللذين تحكمهما عوامل عدة: كالفقر المدقع والعوز وغياب التوعية والتأهيل الثقافي والصحي والإجتماعي لدى أهل القاصرة كما لدى القاصرة نفسها ضحيّة الزواج المبكر، وكضعف التعلّم لا بل انعدامه خصوصًا في الأوساط القروية، وكتعرّض الفتاة للإغتصاب - لا سيّما في ضوء ما يشهده لبنان حاليًا من نزوح أجنبي إلى أراضيه. هذه الدراسة القانونية هي ثمرة التعاون بين الهيئة الوطنية لشؤون المرأة اللبنانية ومعهد الدراسات النسائية في العالم العربي في الجامعة اللبنانية الأميركية في إطار الحملة الوطنية لحماية القاصرات من الزواج المبكر في لبنان.

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04/10/18 Institute for Women's Studies in the Arab World (IWSAW) iwsaw@lau.edu.lb Living with the Shadows of the Past This report examines the impact on women of enforced disappearances committed during Lebanon’s civil war, focusing in particular on the effects on wives of the missing or disappeared—and their children. The research is based on interviews conducted by ICTJ with 23 wives of missing or disappeared persons of varying backgrounds. The women described the continuing legal, social, financial, and psychological hardship they face, because the state has provided inadequate redress to family members as direct victims. Drawing on comparative global experiences, it makes recommendations for how enforced disappearance should be addressed by Lebanese policy makers and civil society.

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04/10/18 Institute for Women's Studies in the Arab World (IWSAW) iwsaw@lau.edu.lb Veils Veil(s) includes all of the photos displayed during the photo exhibit titled Veil(s) that the institute organized in 2005. A number of the photos included are the property of IWSAW. The others are part of the collection of Agence France-Presse, Arab Image Foundation, Ayman Mroueh, Delphine Garde, and Reuters.

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04/10/18 Institute for Women's Studies in the Arab World (IWSAW) iwsaw@lau.edu.lb www.alraidajournal.com Al-Raida, The Pioneering Arab Journal on Gender Issues, is the Institute’s bi-annual interdisciplinary journal first published in May 1976, three years after the founding of the Institute. Al-Raida amplifies the voices of and sheds light on the lived experiences of women in the Arab region by promoting scholarship on and by Arab women, in addition to providing a space for researchers, policy-makers, practitioners and students to address gender equality and women’s issues in the Arab region.

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04/10/18 Institute for Women's Studies in the Arab World (IWSAW) iwsaw@lau.edu.lb دليل للعمل داخل سجون النساء في لبنان تألف الدليل للعمل داخل سجون النساء في لبنان من قسمين. القسم الأوّل يتضمّن معلومات حول الآليات والاتفاقات الدولية التي تتعلّق بحقوق السجينات، القوانين الجزائية وكيفية تطبيقها في لبنان، قانون تنظيم السجون اللبناني (المرسوم رقم١٤٣١٠)، واقع السجون والسجينات والجريمة في البلدان العربية؛ بالإضافة إلى نتائج المسحين الذين أجراهما معهد الدراسات النسائية في العالم العربي في الجامعة اللبنانية الأميركية عامي ١٩٩٩ و٢٠١٠ من أجل تسليط الضوء على ظروف السجينات في سجون النساء الأربع في لبنان (بربر الخازن، بعبدا، طرابلس، وزحلة) وواقع الجرائم بين النساء في لبنان. القسم الثاني من الدليل يحتوي على إرشادات عملية من أجل ضمان نجاح المشاريع التي تقام في سجون النساء في لبنان، ولا سيما: مراحل التحضير لتنفيذ مشروع داخل سجن للنساء، أفضل الممارسات لتلبية احتياجات السجينات الاجتماعية والصحية والنفسية والقانونية، بالإضافة إلى توجيهات للوصول إلى أفضل نتائج عند القيام بمشاريع أو تنفيذ برامج تهدف إلى تعليم السجينات مهارات مدرة للدخل أو تطويرها، و تمكين السجينات من الإنخراط في المجتمع عند تبرءتهن أو انتهاء فترة الحكم. يتوجّه الدليل بقسميه إلى عدّة أفرقاء، لا سيّما: المجتمع المدني المحلي (ولا سيما المرشدات الإجتماعيات) والهيئات الدولية، المهتمون بشؤون السجون في لبنان، المؤسسات الدينية، الجهات المسؤولة عن إدارة السجون، صانعو القرارات المتعلّقة بالسجون، والباحثون المهتمون بواقع الأشخاص المسلوبة حرّيتهم وواقع السجون في البلدان العربية

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04/10/18 Institute for Women's Studies in the Arab World (IWSAW) iwsaw@lau.edu.lb http://iwsaw.lau.edu.lb/publications/books/archive.php

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04/10/18 Institute for Women's Studies in the Arab World (IWSAW) iwsaw@lau.edu.lb Country Gender Profiles A country gender profile provides a background on the gender equality situation in a particular country. The specific objectives are to present data and provide a gender analysis of national policies, key sectors, legal frameworks, institutions and the assessment of progress made in the promotion of gender equality and empowerment of women. The profile will entail a brief description of the history, demographics, national policies, human rights, socio-economic and political situation per country for each of the 22 Arab countries. The CGPs share statistics and information on gender issues across a variety of sectors in each Arab country, providing an unbiased source of information for readers. The CGPs are a platform from which researchers, students, activists, and others can begin their work based on reliable information – vetted by gender specialists from each country. Finally, the CGPs are meant to be living documents, updated with new information as statistics change and more studies are done. We are not creating something new, but rather compiling the information to make it useful and easily accessible to a wider audience. The aim is to present a brief overview which can be used to develop gender programming or reporting - and stimulate discussion and further research.

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04/17/18 Mohammed ismail mohahmd.ye@gmail.com The private sector vision on sustained economic activity and reconstruction - Yemen - Arabic Version The private sector vision on sustained economic activity and reconstruction contains five key goals for the war and reconstruction phases. These include improving the humanitarian situation of the most affected social groups, supporting the private sector during crises, supporting war-shattered projects, and encouraging small and medium-sized projects. As for the reconstruction phase goals, they include improving the business environment to sustain economic activity, expanding the role of the private sector in reconstruction and achieving development. The vision further includes specific policies and programs meant to support the sustainability of economic activity and rebuilding the war-shattered country.

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04/17/18 Mohammed ismail mohahmd.ye@gmail.com The private sector vision on sustained economic activity and reconstruction - Yemen - English Version The private sector vision on sustained economic activity and reconstruction contains five key goals for the war and reconstruction phases. These include improving the humanitarian situation of the most affected social groups, supporting the private sector during crises, supporting war-shattered projects, and encouraging small and medium-sized projects. As for the reconstruction phase goals, they include improving the business environment to sustain economic activity, expanding the role of the private sector in reconstruction and achieving development. The vision further includes specific policies and programs meant to support the sustainability of economic activity and rebuilding the war-shattered country.

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04/17/18 Mohammed ismail mohahmd.ye@gmail.com Yemeni private sector - War and development roles The study, "The Private Sector ... War and the Roles of Development," includes information on private sector damage from the war in Yemen, the cost paid by the private sector and the Yemeni economy in general, and the success stories of the private sector interventions in the humanitarian works

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05/12/18 محمد رضا أحمد عبدالفتاح 210

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05/12/18 محمد رضا أحمد عبدالفتاح 210 مصطفي عبدرالز ألياف س أي

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06/14/18 khirat hamida a_arar2002@yahoo.fr Fighting against child labor through social inclusion and financial education

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06/14/18 arar abderrahmane a_arar2002@yahoo.fr Fighting against child labor through social inclusion and financial education

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11/25/17 Osama elgaud elgaudos@gmail.com www.facebook.com\FEG2017 to avocate and promot women's rights, and role in life to increase the paticipation and empower them in political life

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04/10/18 Institute for Women's Studies in the Arab World (IWSAW) iwsaw@lau.edu.lb Awareness Guide for Female Domestic Workers in Lebanon: What should I know? With a grant from the Foundation of Open Society Institute, IWSAW developed and printed the brochure for the campaign. The brochure was written in English to address migrant workers from the Philippines, and immediately translated into three languages, Amharic (Ethiopia), Nepali (Nepal), and Sinhala (Sri Lanka). A total of 24,000 brochures were printed. Update: We are currently working on updating this guide for the year 2016. In addition, we are working on producing an awareness guide for Lebanese families wishing to hire a domestic worker. These guides will provide information and guidance to both domestic workers and their employers, keeping them aware about their responsibilities both to themselves and to one another.

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08/04/19 natasha natasha@wanchek.com test of resource title test of description

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08/13/19 test mmansour@pillarsystems.com www.mmm.com test

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