Friday, July 17, 2009

Friday Roundup

Friday Roundup is a weekly blog post in which Safadi Foundation USA publishes a roundup of civil society's activities for the week. The goal is to spread the word about these activities and help civil society organizations learn from each other's experiences.

Rights of Addicted Persons seminar in Tripoli Friday, July 17th, 9-4.

Inauguration of rehabilitated Safad Hospital in Beddawi Camp held Wednesday.

Women still facing unequal rights in Lebanon.

RT: @hibz: IndyACT Achievements

RT: @CafeThawra: The Lebanon YWCA - Oldest NGO in Lebanon for women and girls, great great work, please visit them!

CRTDA's Gender and Care Work in Lebanon event in Ain el Mraisseh.

National Land Transport Strategy Options for Lebanon.

IndyAct explains relationship between forest fires and climate change.

We're now on! If you aren't a member of Baldati, you should be!

Gallup poll on Arab youth (hopes, desires, human capital, work, etc.).

Lebanon CSO KAFA calling for partnership with women's organizations in Syria, Egypt, Jordan, Yemen, Iraq.

IndyAct invites you to read about its campaign against illegal trade in endangered species in Lebanon.

Interested in learning more about observation in Lebanon elections? LADE talked to us about monitoring.

RT: @patrickgaley: NGOs meet in Lebanon to draw up Arms Trade Treaty recommendations for the UN.

RT: @habibh: Check out team Lebanon on Kiva.

RT: @Hussein_Dajani: Part 1: Children of Conflict looks at the generations of Lebanese children.

RT: @heyziz: Largest blood donation campaign in Lebanon. Facebook group here.

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