KAHWETNA, A CULTURAL SPACE ON FORMER DEMARCATION LINES

Kahwetna is a cultural hub that constitutes the epicenter of MARCH’s rehabilitation and reconciliation work and in many ways, unifies the different identities that coexist in Tripoli. After succeeding in bringing together 16 young former-fighters from Beb El Tabbaneh and Jabal Mohsen to tell their story through a theater play called Love and War on […]

HONA BEIRUT: A CULTURE HOT-SPOT IN THE HEART OF BEIRUT

The country’s capital encapsulates a striking socioeconomic paradox. Although Beirut represents urbanization, many of its communities remain marginalized and extremely restricted due to their lack of access to equal and equitable opportunities. This has long been the city’s biggest trait. Therefore, MARCH wanted to create a cultural hot-spot that would help alleviate these disparities and […]

EMPOWERING WOMEN

MARCH believes that the gender sensitivity lens has transformed the humanitarian sector and has allowed for more inclusive and resilient peacebuilding processes particularly in post-conflict societies. The participation of women in conflict resolution initiatives is both crucial and integral as they make up a substantial percentage of affected communities’ population. Furthermore, they play fundamental roles […]

LEA BAROUDI FOR THE ARRIA FORMULA MEETING AT THE UN SECURITY COUNCIL

On Thursday 24th January, MARCH’s director Lea Baroudi spoke at the Arria Formula meeting for the United Nations Security Council on Women, Peace and Security. The international conference titled “What’s next for Women, Peace and Security in Middle East and North Africa: The Potential of National Action Plans”, was co-hosted by the Permanent Missions of […]

Léa Baroudi au Conseil de sécurité des Nations unies: Un plan d’action national ne peut pas aboutir sans une réforme des lois

OLJ / Par Nada MERHI, le 31 janvier 2019 à 00h00 La jeune femme a représenté le Liban à une réunion du Conseil de sécurité des Nations unies sur les femmes, la paix et la sécurité coorganisée par l’Allemagne, le Pérou et la Grande-Bretagne. Léa Baroudi, directrice de l’ONG March Lebanon, qui axe son action sur […]