On April 13, 2018, in commemoration of the breakout of the Lebanese Civil War (1975-1990), ACT launched an online map of memory, which aims to shed the light on locations and events that have become symbolic elements of Lebanon’s traumatic past... read more
This exhibition presents some of the stories collected as part of the initiative “Fushat Amal” launched by Act for the Disappeared.
On April 13, 2017, ACT and the International Committee of the Red Cross organized the first public exhibition of chairs made by families of missing persons within the framework of their accompaniment project.
In 2015, ACT for the Disappeared launched “Fushat’ Amal" (space for hope), an initiative that aims to reclaim the identities of the missing persons and reaffirm the right to know their fates and whereabouts.
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
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