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We ensure a sense of dignity to Lebanese families that have been deprived of their most basic needs and rights.
What should be done to get Lebanon out of this crisis? And more importantly, who should, or can, do it? Many solutions have been circulated, including bailouts, foreign lending programs under the IMF or other institutions, further cuts to public spending, and funding safety nets for the impoverished.
Article by Diala Lteif- The Lebanon Revolution Takes on The Media: A Resource on Alternative News Outlets
Since 17 October 2019, one of the most pressing concerns for Lebanese living abroad has been access to reliable sources of information about the uprising happening in our home country. Obviously, the sources of information we rely on influence our opinions. Perhaps unsurprisingly, those who follow mainstream Lebanese media are increasingly less informed and more pessimistic about the realities on the ground.
This is a comprehensive plan, aimed at advancing out-of-the-box, measures that address our extraordinary circumstances. This is an emergency proposal for the short-term (three years). Some of the measures it incorporates can be reversed or modified in a future phase.
Prepared by Leaders Club for Lebanon Oppurtunites
Rim El Rafi, Samaya Mansour, Rana Sukarieh, Suha Harb & Shaghig Chaparian
Bits to Atoms is collecting funds to help protesters stay warm during this winter season. We have already built a first Sobya on Martyr’s Square and it’s a huge success! Associations are asking for more, so would you help finance the production of more Sobyas to keep the Revolution going on despite the cold, for a better Lebanon? The stoves are placed in public spaces only, where anyone can benefit from them irrelevantly of political sides. Follow the link to fund the project through Zoomal.