REVAMPING LEBANON’S CIVIL STATUS INFRASTRUCTURE THROUGH AUTOMATION

. An estimated 27,000 people born of Lebanese fathers are stateless in Lebanon because their births were not registered. This number is expected to double by the year 2035. . . . In partnership with MARCH’s work with the communities of Beb El Tabbaneh and Jabal Mohsen has exposed us to a pool of socio-economic […]

MARCH’S FIGHT AGAINST STATELESSNESS

Ensuring the resilience of all peace building processes is closely intertwined with creating an inclusive and cohesive society. MARCH believes that fighting inequality and marginalization is a precondition to strengthening our socio-economic infrastructure. A number of communities in Lebanon remain alienated by a flawed system. Our organization focuses on empowering vulnerable and marginalized parties and […]

PLIGHT OF THE RIGHTLESS

Mapping and Understanding Statelessness in Tripoli. “This report provides an analysis of statelessness among people of Lebanese decent in the northern Lebanese city of Tripoli. It starts with an overview of the local context, then introduces statelessness as a global concept along with the relevant international conventions and best practices to solving it around the […]