Keserwan MPs meeting - 28 July 2014
Lebanese Electoral Geography
Strengthening Local Governance

The Lebanese Foundation for Permanent Civil Peace was founded in 1987. It aims at promoting theoretical and practical works concerning the Lebanese experience both a rich and painful episode. Common suffering can generate a renewed collective memory and a better immunized civil society against internal as well as external dangers. The Foundation has propagated concepts that had already been integrated into the Lebanese cultural field: the right to a memory, national contrition, the school of the people, the identity of our suffering, an analysis of war in its aftermath, an accounting approach of common properties… The Foundation sets out to diffuse a civic culture distinct from controversy among rival associates.


Latest activities

  • Discussion meeting with Tripoli Municipality

    Discussion meeting with Tripoli Municipality
    Dec 18, 2015
    On Friday 18 of December 2015, the Lebanese Foundation for Permanent Civil Peace (LFPCP), proceeded in the implementation of its project “Lebanese Youth Advocates”. And for that LFPCP organized a discussion meeting at Tripoli between the group of the young activists enrolled in the project and Tripoli municipality.
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  • Judges Training on International Human Rights Conventions

    Judges Training on International Human Rights Conventions
    Nov 6, 2015
    The Lebanese Foundation for Permanent Civil Peace has organized, along with Konrad Adenauer Stiftung and the Institute of Judicial Studies, a 2-days workshop on “The Application of International Conventions for Protecting Human Rights in front of National Courts”.
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  • Lawyers Training on International Human Rights Conventions

    Lawyers Training on International Human Rights Conventions
    Sep 9, 2015
    The Lebanese Foundation for Permanent Civil Peace has organized, along with Konrad Adenauer Stiftung and the Human Rights Institute at Beirut Bar Association, a 3-days workshop on “the International Human Rights Mechanisms for Protection”.
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  • Training at Tyr

    Training at Tyr
    Sep 5, 2015
    On Saturday 5th of September, the Lebanese Foundation for Permanent Civil Peace (LFPCP) proceeded in implementing its new project “Lebanese Youth Advocates”, through 1-day training in Tyr at the old Mamluk house.  Read more...
  • Tripoli Workshop

    Tripoli Workshop
    May 23, 2015
    On 23 of May 2015, LFPCP has gathered around 40 young activists from Tripoli in the Chamber of Commerce and Industry at the city of Tripoli. Read more...
  • Tyr Workshop

    Tyr Workshop
    Jul 25, 2015
    On 25 of July 2015, LFPCP has gathered around 45 young activists from Tyr in "Biet el Mamlouk" which is one of the old houses at Tyr. Read more...