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  1. WORK PROGRAMME FOR GRANTS Of the Office of the Minister of State for Administrative Reform (OMSAR) (Lebanon) AFKAR III for LEBANON - 01/01/2013

    The global objective of this Call for Proposals is to contribute to the promotion of respect for human rights in line with international and domestic standards and obligations through socio economic development and to the reinforcement of an enabling environment for civil society organisations actors to improve the Human Rights record in Lebanon
  2. WORK PROGRAMME FOR GRANTS of the Delegation of the European Union to Lebanon- Human rights facility for LEBANON - 01/01/2013

    The objective of the programme is to reinforce the protection of human rights and democracy by supporting the civil society and the public administration in their efforts to improve the human rights record in Lebanon.
  3. WORK PROGRAMME FOR GRANTS of the Delegation of the European Union to Lebanon- EIDHR Country-Based Support Scheme 2013 for LEBANON - 01/01/2013

    The global objective of this Call for Proposals is to strengthen the role played by Georgian civil society in the pursuit of common agendas for human rights and democratic reform, by building towards consensus on disputed or controversial areas of policy, by enhancing political representation and participation and the inclusiveness and pluralism of civil society.
  4. Country strategy paper 2007-2013 and National indicative programme 2007–2010- Lebanon - 01/01/2013

    This country strategy paper (CSP) drawn up as part of the European Neighbourhood Partnership Instrument (ENPI) provides a framework in which EC assistance will be made available to Lebanon over the period 2007-2013. It sets out EU co-operation objectives, policy response and priority fields of co-operation based on a thorough assessment of the partner country’s policy agenda and political and...
  5. National indicative programme 2011-2013- Lebanon - 01/01/2013

    After the end of the military conflict between Israel and Hezbollah in the summer of 2006, Lebanon entered a two-year long political stalemate which virtually paralysed state institutions. Additional unrest in the Nahr el-Bared refugee camp in North Lebanon added to the general instability of the country.

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