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Green Line is a non-governmental, pro-active association independent of any political group or affiliation. It embraces the principles of environmentally sound development and awareness.

Green-Line brings together all those who are concerned with preserving the past, conserving the present and giving the future a better chance. It was founded in 1991, when a group of professionals from the American University of Beirut (AUB) and their friends decided to translate their concern for the devastated  postwar cultural, human and natural environment into organized action with the following objectives:


  • Publicize environmental threats

  • Popularize environmental awareness

  • Contribute towards a scientific framework for an environmental management policy that is sustainable.


Tel: + 961 (0)1 746 215

Email:  member@greenline.org.lb   -   info@greenline.org.lb

Website: www.greenline.org.lb

LADE Lebanese Association for Democratic Elections


The Lebanese Association for Democratic Elections, a non-partisan organization, was established in March 1996 through the efforts of a group of academics, researchers, journalists, lawyers, civil society activists, students and other citizens concerned with strengthening of the democratic process of elections in Lebanon following the civil war.


Today LADE has more than 200 volunteer members from all regions in the country.


Tel:  + 961 (0)1 741 412

Email info@ladeleb.org   -   lade@terra.net.lb

Website: www.ladeleb.org 

HELEM - Lebanese Protection for LGBTIQ


Suffice it to say that this is the only openly Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex, and Queer organization in the Arab world.


Email: lgbtq-centre@helem.net




Women in Information Technology (WIT) is a Lebanese non-profit association founded in 2005 and dedicated to inspire more women to be willing and able to employ new technologies. In particular, WIT aims at:


  • Encouraging more young women and girls to choose and prepare for Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) careers

  • Improving the lives of all women, their families and communities through the usage of Information Technologies.


Tel:  +961 (0)1 750 442

Email: info@wit.org.lb

Committee of Families of the Kidnapped and Disappeared


Established in 1982, the committee calls for the uncovering of the fate of 17,000 kidnapped and disappeared during the Lebanese War. Their meetings and events are held in Zico House.


174 Spears Street, Sanayeh // Beirut - Lebanon , Tel: +961 1 746 769 // Fax: +961 1 750 442

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