Understanding displacement through collaborative research and artistic productions with young people in Jordan and Lebanon: New publication
نظام إعادة إنتاج الأزمات: من الثمانينيّات إلى اليوم
The Impact of Lebanon’s Economic and Social Crisis on Voters’ Preferences and Choices for the Parliamentary Elections in 2022
A Comparative Longitudinal Study of the Schooling of Refugee Children in Lebanon, Turkey, and Australia
Lebanon: Credible Plans Needed on Education Crisis Donors Should Press Ministry to Improve Access, Transparency; End Policy Barriers
The Centre for Lebanese Studies (CLS) is an independent academic institution established in 1984 to undertake impartial and balanced research in the Social Sciences focused on education, refugee rights, social movements, and disability advocacy. CLS is affiliated with the History Department at the University of Cambridge and the Lebanese American University. CLS has a presence in Beirut, Cambridge, and Amman, and while it undertakes research in various countries around the world, it focuses on Lebanon, Jordan and the UK . Through our work, we seek knowledge production and insight in partnership with other researchers and organisations.