| Academic
The Foundation for Human and Humanitarian Rights (Lebanon) developed a tailor-made educational curriculum in both English and Arabic covering three main areas.
  •  Religious and philosophical dimensions of human rights
  • Evolution of International law in human rights agreements
  •  Human rights in practice
This curriculum is the product of years of experience in the defense and teaching of human rights principles, embodied in two educational textbooks:
  •  You Don’t Have the Right to Remain Silent, Wa’il Kheir, FHHRL, 2007
  •  A’ana Harithou Akhi? [Am I my Brother’s Keeper?], Wa’il Kheir, 2007
The curriculum has been taught in various universities across Lebanon since the early 1990s.
  • Haigazian University
  • Holy Spirit University of Kaslik (USEK)
  • St. Paul’s Institute for Philosophy and Theology, Harissa
  • Antonine University
  • American University of Beirut (AUB)
  • Lebanese American University
  • Notre-Dame University (NDU)
  • Sagesse University
  • American University of Science and Technology (AUST)
In addition, the curriculum build by the foundation is also taught at the following European Universities:
  • University of Milan, Italy (2005)
  • University of Malta, Malta (2003 – 2007)
  • University of Vienna, Austria (2009)
| Workshops
Since its inception, the foundation has conducted free of charge workshops on human rights for various groups. These one-day trainings condense the foundation’s educational curriculum into an eight-hour course where participants are taught about the basic theory and practice of human rights. Previous participants include:
  • The Bar Association in Beirut
  • Amel Association
  • Palestinian Human Rights Organization
  • Caritas
  • Oum El Nour
  • Saint Joseph School Scouts
  • Rotaract
In addition to various other political groups, youth associations, scouts, church parishes, and diverse civil society organizations.
| Conferences
In partnership with the Raoul Wallenberg Institute at Lund University, Sweden and with the generous support of the Swedish International Development Agency, the foundation for Human and Humanitarian Rights (Lebanon) held regional seminars in Beirut between 2004 and 2006, tackling themes such as women’s rights, good governance and the rule of law in Middle East and North African countries. Participants hailed from Egypt, Syria, Jordan, Palestinian Territories, Tunisia, Morocco as well as Qatar, the Sultanate of Oman and Iran. In addition, the foundation has participated in various conferences with the Euro-Med human rights network in Lebanon as well as in Europe, including the Casablanca Conference in the late 1990s and the Linkoping Conference organized by the Swedish church in 2002.