Below are listed peacebuilding and conflict resolution organisations active in Lebanon. Click to view local organisations, international, and INGOs
Local peacebuilding organisations in Lebanon
A Step Away
A Step Away promotes arts and culture as tools of social justice and democracy in Lebanon.
ABAAD promotes sustainable social and economic development in Lebanon through equality, protection and the empowerment of marginalised groups.
Aie Serve work with young people with a focus on promoting understanding and peace among people in the north and south of Lebanon.
ALEF – Act for Human Rights
ALEF seeks to strengthen human rights as a cornerstone of social, economic and political development in Lebanon, by working with young people
Amel Association is a Lebanese organisation committed to a universal and international vision of human rights
Arab Working Group for Muslim-Christian Dialogue
The Arab Working Group for Muslim-Christian Dialogue works at the national, policy level, and the grassroots in order to secure peace in Lebanon.
Catharsis – Lebanese Center for Drama Therapy
Catharsis is the first non-profit organisation in Lebanon offer therapeutic actions through the use of art and theatre by means of 'Drama Therapy'
Development for People and Nature Association
Lebanese NGO based in Saida, working on political participation, human rights and environment protection.
Dialogue for Life and Reconciliation (DLR)
DLR was established to provide young people with opportunitites to understand different cultures.
Forum for Development, Culture and Dialogue (FDCD)
Lebanese NGO working on development and peace by encouraging dialogue and tolerance among communities.
Issam Fares Center (IFCL)
IFCL provides a vibrant forum for dialogue on controversial issues that concern everyone in Lebanon, and in turn promote peace & reconciliation
Lebanese Center for Civic Education (LCCE)
LCCE is comprised of Lebanese young people that intend to spread the concepts of democracy, human rights and responsible citizenship in Lebanese society
Lebanese Centre for Human Rights (CLDH)
CLDH promotes human rights in Lebanon in order to build sustainable peace.
Lebanese Foundation for Permanent Civil Peace (LFPCP)
LFPCP implement projects tackling issues of human rights, intercultural dialogues and aimed at resolving the conflict in Lebanon.
Lebanese Transparency Association (LTA)
LTA was the very first Lebanese organisation that focused on reducing corruption and promoting the principles of good governance.
MAHARAT Foundation works to promote, to defend and promote free expression in order to build a much more democratic society for Lebanon
MARCH was founded in 2010 by a group of young people with a vision of peace in Lebanon by reconciling Lebanon's many communities.
Nahwa al-Muwatiniya seeks for Lebanon a democratic society based on social justice, knowledge, and an economy in harmony with the environment.
Peace Labz is a grassroots led peacebuilding organisation that engages directly with the community to prevent violence.
Permanent Peace Movement (PPM)
The mission of PPM is to nurture and spread a culture of peace through Lebanon and the wider region.
The Sadafi foundation works for peace in Lebanon by raising awareness about problems that hinder development and capacity building.
Samir Kassir Foundation
The Samir Kassir Foundation works for the promotion of cultural freedom and freedom of expression in Lebanon.
SAWA Association for Development
SAWA is dedicated to the social, agricultural and educational development of the inhabitants of the Beqaa Valley, Lebanon's most important farming region.
SHEILD’s mission is to help those who suffered, and are still suffering, from war and from the absence of government services in Lebanon
Solidarity Association for Social and Cultural Development (Tadamon)
Tadamon promotes the education of woman and children's rights in Lebanon.
Tadamoun Wa Tanmia Association
TWT is based in the south of Lebanon, working exclusively with children and young people
UMAM Documentation & Research (UMAM D&R)
UMAM works to preserve memories of war in Lebanon, in the hope that lessons learned from the past will prevent violence in the future.