The demonstration which happened on August 29th, 2015 made a unique event in the Lebanese political life. There was a wide popular movement that gathered thousands of people from many Lebanese regions at downtown Beirut as a response of the call of civil society organizations.
Media Coverage of LGBT Issues in Lebanon is a study that aims at analyzing media performance while covering issues related to LGBT community in Lebanon. The study also aims at highlighting specific cases and analyzing them to present the positive and negative sides of the media coverage within the framework of inclusive media in the Lebanese society.
The Skeyes Center for Media and Cultural Freedom launched a report prepared by Maharat foundation on “Media Coverage of LGBT Issues in Lebanon” within a joint program that aims at building capacity of journalists in coverage of sensitive issues.
The Skeyes Center for Media and Cultural Freedom launched, on Monday December 7, a report prepared by Maharat foundation on “Media Coverage of the security sector in Lebanon” under a joint program that aims at building capacity of journalists in covering sensitive issues.
This study monitors and analyses talk shows to examine what concepts, values, and opinions they promote and to determin their coherenace in relevance to the “Media Ethical Code for Promoting Civil Peace” which was officially launched on June 25, 2013 by “UNDP Peace-Building Project in Lebanon” and was signed by the Lebanese media.
Maharat foundation raised again the issue of electoral media and advertising through “Civil Advocacy and Mobilization for Electoral Reform” project and reviewed the law implemented for the first time during the 2009 parliamentary elections.