Knowledge & Inspiration
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.
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
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Rusted Radishes bookstore seeks writing and art that is innovative, truthful, risk-taking, and engaged. Our contributors are largely from the American University of Beirut, but we welcome submissions from all around the world. Our only requirement is that you somehow are “related” to Lebanon.
Legal support will be offered to workers and employees who are expelled from work or who take arbitrary measures against them or violate the acquired rights.
Complaints are received every Friday from 10 am to 1 pm, the beginning of Shatila, Hadi Nasrallah highway next to the Abu Assaf cafe Farhat building. Seventh floor. For appointments, telephone: 01273367
Safe line +961 81 78 81 78 - Al dar +961 76 06 06 02 - Men center +961 71 28 38 20 - Complaint +961 81 696575
Abaad is a UN ECOSEC- accredited organisation aiming to achieve gender equality in Lebanon and MENA region. They organise and partake in equal rights campaigns as well as provide emergency safe sheltering and services throughout Lebanon.
In the 1st episode, we discuss the roots of the recent economic crisis in Lebanon with Ahmad Kazak.