This paper is a summary of the monitoring of the previous parliamentary elections performed by Maharat Foundation in addition to the activities implemented keeping pace with the electoral process, in particular the part related to electoral media and advertising which constitutes an essential part of the electoral law and the basic general principles for ensuring fair, impartial inclusive democratic elections.
This brief comes as a summary of the monitoring, conducted by Maharat, of the previous 2018’s parliamentary elections, and for the activities the foundation carried out in line with the electoral process
Coverage of the parliamentary elections on Lebanese TV screens The largest space for traditional politicians And Women are marginalized
Summary of analysis of media coverage monitoring data of December 2021
Summary of analysis of media coverage monitoring data of November 2021
The demonstration which happened on August 29th, 2015 made a unique event in the Lebanese political life. There was a wide popular movement that gathered thousands of people from many Lebanese regions at downtown Beirut as a response of the call of civil society organizations.
Media Coverage of LGBT Issues in Lebanon is a study that aims at analyzing media performance while covering issues related to LGBT community in Lebanon. The study also aims at highlighting specific cases and analyzing them to present the positive and negative sides of the media coverage within the framework of inclusive media in the Lebanese society.