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News and Events

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This section provides you with information and snippets from previous and current seminars, researches, publications, public events and other activities organized by CRTD.A
This section also provides information about upcoming events as well as guidelines if you wish to join the event (in case it is open) or access additional information.

CRTD.A annual report 2021 is out!

Fri, 01/14/2022

Let's take a look at main CRTD.A’s achievements during 2021


“Mothers and Daughters Narratives on Sexuality and Relationships" project: storybook and video

Mon, 12/20/2021

With the closing of the Project “Mothers and Daughters Narratives on Sexuality and Relationships” (Project No. 198) funded by the Anna Lindh Foundation Network and co-funded by the European Union (2020-2021), we are delighted to share with you the storybook and video produced within the framework of the project.

Storybook “Let’s Talk”

My Nationality is a Right for Me and My Family campaign launches "My rights are not a Bonus"

Mon, 12/13/2021

My Nationality is a Right for Me and My Family campaign and The Collective for Research and Training on Development-Action (CRTD.A), in partnership and collaboration with Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) - Lebanon office, launched an advocacy campaign under the title of "My rights are not a Bonus", because rights are natural and not a charity or something to beg for. These are self-evident rights, without any indulgence or clemency.

Gender Equality, Sexual and Reproductive Health/Rights in Cyprus and Lebanon: A Needs Assessment

Mon, 11/08/2021

These reports map available information and assess the situation of gender equality, sexual and reproductive health/rights (SRHR) in Cyprus and Lebanon. Specifically, these needs assessments present current national data, legislation and policies, and prevalent norms on these issues, and provide insights on the current obstacles, gaps, and areas of intervention for the fulfilment of sexual and reproductive health and rights.

FEMPAWER - orientation meeting – 20 July @ 11 am Beirut time

Thu, 08/19/2021

Call for Women’s Organizations in Lebanon to Collaboration Grants for Lobbying and Advocacy
To access the meeting, please click on the following link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82676986896
This meeting will be recorded and the link circulated. It is also possible, given the circumstances inLebanon s, to contact us via e-mail:  

Or by phone
Randa Dayeh: 03466894

FEMPAWER - Call for grants funding - deadline extended until 31 August 2021

Thu, 08/19/2021

Call for Women’s Organizations in Lebanon to Collaboration Grants for Lobbying and Advocacy
· Are you an activist working on the intersections of women economic rights, and violence against women?
· Would you like to be part of a national/ regional network that advocate and support women’s collective organizing on economic and labor rights to fight economic gender based violence?
If so, please continue reading!

Year 1 commemoration of Beirut Blast: so that we remember and learn..

Tue, 08/03/2021

My nationality is a right for me and my family campaign: our right is not Patronage

Wed, 06/30/2021

“My nationality is a right for me and my family” Campaign and the “Collective for Research & Training on Development - Action” in partnership and cooperation with “Salam for Democracy and Human Rights” launched the advocacy campaign “Our right is not Patronage”, to demand the Lebanese state for immediate action in amending the Nationality Law to achieve full equality between women and men.

Lebanon Feminist Civil Society Platform -Signatories’ statement: Ethnic cleansing in Palestine; a call for action

Tue, 06/01/2021

We, the members of the Lebanon Feminist Civil Society Platform[1] and who are the signatories to this statement have been following with grave concern the recent and repeated escalation of violence against Palestinians residing in Gaza and other parts of the Occupied Palestinian Territories by the Israeli occupation forces. This is not the first of such attacks against Palestinians, but rather a reiteration of the state of Israel’s policy of ethnic cleansing.