About Daleel Madani

Daleel Madani, the civil society network.

Daleel Madani aims to strengthen cooperation, thus limiting duplication of work, and enhancing the civil society sector. In addition, it is dedicated to promoting accessible information about civil society, in a belief in the right to information and in the importance of transparent civil society work.

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Jobs

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Calls

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Projects

Projects

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Resources

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Featured: What is social protection? | ما هي الحماية الاجتماعية؟

 

Lebanon Support's other programmes

Lebanon Support's other programmes

Lebanon Support is a research centre for and about civil society

Civil Society Knowledge Center 

Civil Society Knowledge Center 

The Civil Society Knowledge Center is an online research & information platform on public action and civil society issues

Civil Society Incubator

Civil Society Incubator

The Civil Society Incubator provides tailored support and mentoring

Registering on Daleel Madani provides your organisation with a great way to connect with other actors in civil society. 
Launched in Lebanon, during the July 2006 war, Daleel Madani has, since 2020, expanded its geographic coverage, and introduced new features and functionalities. It is considered the main civil society reference in Lebanon, and gathers over 1 million pageviews per month from users around the world. 

SOLIDARITY INITIATIVES IN LEBANON

SOLIDARITY INITIATIVES IN LEBANON

Data Iteration 2, January-March 2021.
Focus on CSOs space during lockdown.

Data on civic space and CSOs operational space in Lebanon during the Covid 19 related lockdown and state of emergency between January and March 2021. It shows that, although local civil society organisations and initiatives are the main responders on the ground, they have faced many limitations and restrictions, which have affected their impact.

Data was collected by Lebanon Support between 23 January to 4 March 2021, based on a survey of 119 civil society organisations and initiatives. It is the 2nd iteration of a mapping on solidarity initiatives in Lebanon following the Beirut's blast on 4 August 2020.

Data results are featured in an openly accessible infographic. This mapping and infographic are developed in partnership with Fondation De France.

Data Iteration 1, August 2020. 
Response to the Beirut Blast.

Data on solidarity initiatives and interventions in the aftermath of the Beirut blast on August 4th 2020, collected in August 2020. The data is displayed in open access on Daleel Madani, with the aim of enhancing transparency, coordination and collaboration among actors in their response, which in return reduce duplication and better identify priorities for action. [Read trends of data iteration 1].

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