- ALF 10th Anniversary / 13th Annual Heads of Network Meeting (Naples, 27-30/10/2014)
- Closing Ceremony of the ALF Lebanese Network Activity (Le Commodore Hotel - Hamra, 20/10/2014)
- Regional training "Youth in Local Dialogue" (Holiday Inn Dunes - Verdun, 17-21/02/2014)
- Opening Ceremony of the Regional Training on "Education for Intercultural Citizenship" (UNESCO Palace, 18/11/2013)
- Closing Ceremony of the Common Action implemented by ALF Lebanese Network (04/06/2013)
- Conference on "Regional Cooperation: good practices in the region" (4-5/03/2013)
The Anna Lindh Euro-Mediterranean Foundation for the dialogue between cultures organized a regional training on the participation of young people in local public life in Beirut, from 17 to 21 February, in cooperation with the Technical Bureau of Lebanese Cities/ United Cities and Local Governments and the Lebanese National Commission for UNESCO, as the head of the Lebanese Network for the Anna Lindh Foundation, in the framework of the Citizens for Dialogue programme – DAWRAK, and under the patronage of the Ministry of Interior and Municipalities.
The training brought together around 60 participants from the Mashrek countries (Egypt, Palestine, Syria, Lebanon and Jordan), as well as experts from other countries, and aimed at exchanging different experiences and good practices in the field of cooperation between local authorities, civil society and institutions and to develop the capacity of civil society in the field of dialogue management at local level.
The opening session was held on Monday, February 17, 2014 at the Holiday Inn Dunes Hotel – Verdun, in the presence of the Executive Director of the Anna Lindh Foundation Mr. Andreu Claret, the First Counselor and Head of Sustainable Development Studies at the Delegation of the European Union to Lebanon Mr. Marcello Mori, the Head of the Lebanese Network Dr. Zahida Darwiche Jabbour, Lebanese Mayors Committee, the Mayor of Beirut Dr. Bilal Hamad, alongside representatives of the Ministries of Interior and Youth, representatives of Euro-Mediterranean embassies, as well as civil society and the media.