Public Events


Past Events

14-10-2014

Information meetings with relatives of missing and forcibly disappeared persons

[Information meetings with relatives of missing and forcibly disappeared persons]

The aim of the information meetings is to meet with the families of the missing and forcibly disappeared across Lebanon and inform about the possible solutions that exist with regards to their issue, as well as to introduce them to recent work... read more

27-03-2014

Launching of documentary "Badna Naaref"

[Launching of documentary "Badna Naaref"]

International Center for Transitional Justice, in coordination with ACT for the Disappeared, CEMAM-USJ and UMAM launched the documentary "Badna Naaref" (We want to know), part of the project entitled "Talking between generations: an oral history... read more

12-04-2013

Missing: It is possible to know

[Missing: It is possible to know ]

On the occasion of the 38th anniversary of the outbreak of the Lebanese civil war on April 13, the Committee of the Parents of the Kidnapped and Missing Persons in Lebanon, Legal Agenda and ACT for the Disappeared organized the... read more

17-11-2012

2012, November 17: Commemoration date of the first gathering of the families of the disappeared in Lebanon

[2012, November 17: Commemoration date of the first gathering of the families of the disappeared in Lebanon]

Thirty years after the first gathering of the families of the missing and forcibly disappeared in 1982, ACT for the Disappeared, the Committee of the families of the kidnapped and disappeared and the association SOLIDE called... read more

01-10-2012

Campaign "Enough Waiting: It is our right to know"

[Campaign "Enough Waiting: It is our right to know"]

ACT launched in October 2012, in collaboration with the Committee of the families of the kidnapped and disappeared and the association SOLIDE, the nation-wide media campaign "Enough Waiting.

01-06-2012

Exhibition "17 000" by Reine Mahfouz

[Exhibition "17 000" by Reine Mahfouz]

In June 2012, ACT launched the Artistic installation "17 000", by Reine Mahfouz, at the Ministry of Tourism show windows.