CLS Offices, American University Atiyah Building - Level 3, Hamra - Beirut
We write this piece as a group of education researchers working in the fields of international education and development, including with respect to conflict studies, forced migration and comparative studies, witnessing the unfolding of genocide in Palestine...
Through our work, we seek knowledge production and insight in partnership with other researchers and organisations.
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.
CLS has a presence in Beirut, Cambridge, and while it undertakes research in various countries around the world, it focuses on Lebanon and the UK .
Story of Mayssoun, a 35-year-old Palestinian woman who lost her husband
The story of Mayssoun, a 35-year-old Palestinian woman with a visual disability, who specializes in physical education.
She lost her husband and 30 members of her family. Mayssoun wants us to share her story and her sons with the world, wishing for an end to this war.