Lebanese Foundation for Permanent Civil Peace

Overview

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 principally focuses its attention on the problems of civic culture which is considered as the infrastructure of permanent civil peace, especially in the case of Lebanon whose history is rich in negotiated regulation of conflicts.

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NO Comment 23rd September 2018

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