‘Tol3et Re7etkom’ طلعت رحتكم (‘You Stink’) is a Lebanese grassroot anti-corruption movement

Local Producers, Foods and Drinks and Workshops

Every Sunday 9am till 2pm College St Sauveur, Museum Street

Meet local and organic producers, green community, & eco-friendly initiative.

76 608 205

Proud Lebanon is a nonprofit civil society working to achieve protection, empowerment & equality to marginalized groups through community service activities


Participate by selecting among pairs of proposals. There are 90 proposals and 4005 pairs. You can stop whenever you want. Your participation is anonymous.

76 652 897

The AUB Secular Club is a political student organization that strives for a secular, democratic, equal, and just society. After 10 years of student activism, the AUB Secular Club is now the largest independent student-led political group in the country. We aim to build a student movement that embodies our values and works towards achieving students’ rights and demands independently from sectarian political parties.

Experts and professionals with no political affiliation, with a set of initiatives plans and policies aiming to influence change for a better Lebanon.

The Lebanese House is part of the “هيئة تنسيق الثورة” that includes more than 40 active groups *هيئة تنسيق الثورة*:
– حراك العسكريين المتقاعدين
– المبادرة الوطنية
– التيار النقابي المستقل
– حزب الخضر
– البيت اللبناني
– حملة الشعب يريد إصلاح النظام
اللقاء التشاوري المدني (إقليم الخروب)
– مبادرة وعي
– حركة الشعب
-الحركة الشبابية للتغيير
– المتحدون
– نبض النبطية
– حزب سبعة
– مجموعة civil marriage in lebanon
– حراس المدينة / النبطية
-الحزب القومي، الانتفاضة
– حركة النهضة القومية
– حراك صور
– لهون وبس
– الحراك المدني العكاري
– اللقاءالجنوبي
– حركة المحرومين طرابلس
– حملة حلو عنا
– ثوار النبطية
– تجمع شباب زحلة
– حراك الهرمل
-برلمان الدولة العادلة
مجموعة For Ever Lebanon
– تحالف وطني
– تجمع أبناء بعلبك
– اللقاء النقابي التشاوري
– لبنان اليوم
– حوار الشباب
– حراك بريتال
– الأساتذة المتقاعدون في التعليم الرسمي
– ناشطون مستقلة
لجنة أبناء الوطن (صيدا صور بيروت طرابلس)

A political movement that works for the advancement of Lebanon and the building of a democratic, just and capable civil state that the Lebanese trust and move to Lebanon again.


Grassroot community group in Batroun who’s aim is to spread awareness about politics, economy, human rights and a guide to a better tomorrow.

Swiss Leaks (or SwissLeaks) is the name of a journalistic investigation, released in February 2015, of a giant tax evasion scheme allegedly operated with the knowledge and encouragement of the British multinational bank HSBC via its Swiss subsidiary, HSBC Private Bank (Suisse).  Triggered by leaked information from French computer analyst Hervé Falciani on accounts held by over 100,000 clients and 20,000 offshore companies with HSBC in Geneva, the disclosed information has been called “the biggest leak in Swiss banking history”

سويس ليكس هو اسم تحقيق صحفي تم إصداره في شباط ٢٠١٥ حول مخطط التهرب الضريبي الضخم، الذي يُزعم أنه تم إدارته بمعرفة وتشجيع بنك “اتش اس بي سي” البريطاني المتعدد الجنسيات عبر فرعه السويسري. تم تسمية المعلومات التي تم الكشف عنها باسم “أكبر تسرب في تاريخ البنوك السويسرية” بسبب المعلومات التي تم تسريبها من محلل الكمبيوتر الفرنسي هيرفي فالسياني على الحسابات التي يحتفظ بها أكثر من ١٠٠٠٠٠ عميل و ٢٠٠٠٠ شركة خارجية في فرع البنك في جنيف

Committee of pro bono lawyers to defend protestors in Lebanon.

If you have been threatened because of the protests, you can file a legal claim. Contact our hotline 78935579.


لجنة المحامين للدفاع عن المتظاهرين في لبنان: ماذا تفعل في حال تم تهديدك بسبب المشاركة في التظاهرات؟ يحق لكم التقدم بشكوى امام النيابة العامة الاستئنافية التابعة لمكان سكنكم بوجه كل من يهددكم. وبامكانكم التواصل معنا عبر الخط الساخن 78935579 من اجل الحصول على نموذج من هذه الشكوى.

“Lebanon Protests” is an independent interactive platform based in open-data in collaboration between Data Aurora and Maharat Foundation.

Contributing to raise the people’s voice and documenting their demands to remain in the public opinion and the government hands and at their disposal for future reference to hold the government accountable to their promises following through the people’s demand.

Also contributing in publishing data and faithfully providing open data as an essential key to transparency, anti-corruption, development and promoting scientific research.

This platform allows access to all researchers, students, professors, journalists, activists, institutions, etc; to benefit from all the data driven surveys and statistics related to the Lebanese revolution/protests. Also, giving access to daily updated statistics, and follow up on social media related subjects all over the world with free downloads.

This platforms allows citizens to express themselves freely and honestly without any requested information other than “in Lebanon” or “Abroad”, where any Lebanese citizen can skim through all the documented data freely, as well as all the Lebanese demands and a summary of all that is adopted by outhorities and government throughout this revolution.


Note: This platfrom allows everyone to access, share, and download data and information based on “Freedom of Speech” and “Access to Information” rights.

We are open to any additional ideas for further development




Now that we are all conscious of the importance of the situation and actively discussing with our friends and families about the changes that should happen in our country, it is important to unify our demands and consolidate them on one platform allowing every Lebanese to contribute to a clear road map of this revolution.


We show university students the values and importance of secular ideas of acceptance and tolerance away from sectarianism. We do so through various cultural events and campaigns in order to involve students and empower them, so that they understand their role and impact in society.

ALDIC is a Lebanese association aiming to promote tax ethics and compliance by informing citizens about their rights and obligations and by enlightening them on issues and challenges of taxation, in particular, to encourage them to seek greater control over the management of public funds at all levels of the administration.