Who’s fighting for the rights of the LGBT community in Lebanon? Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) groups & organizations range from social and support groups to organizations that are political in nature. Some groups are independent, some are more radical than others, some are aligned with other bigger umbrella or religious organizations.
Find out which organizations are working on Social Justice for LGBT people in Lebanon.

LGBT Organizations Lebanon:

1 MORE CUP is a non-profit organization offers media and advocacy outreach for Lebanese NGOs & Civil Society that advocate causes pertaining to access for the physically disabled, child labor, gender-based violence (GBV) – including child early and forced marriage (CEFM) – and domestic workers’ & Refugees rights. We provide a variety of media (Cause Promotional Films, Media & Information Literacy Workshops, Documentaries, Animated Shorts, Pamphlets) for these NGOs or Civil Society and assist in the promotion and the distribution of the media in question.

MOSAIC is a holistic program committed to improve the health and wellness of Marginalized group in Lebanon and beyond. Through its national presence in Lebanon and its regional networks in the MENA region, MOSAIC strategic goal is to achieve the coexistence of people in friendly communities and national systems. Founded by activists and legal and health experts, MOSAIC will provide comprehensive services for the Marginalized groups, research and advocate for policy reform, build knowledge and capacities on SOGI (Sexual Orientation & Gender Identity/Role) issues, and engage the societies in the fight against human rights violations, especially against LGBTIQ rights violations. Mosaic’s Blog.

Lebanese LGBTIQ+ Non-Governmental Organisation HELEM

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