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December 2004

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December 31, 2004 (Newsletter)

 

RCPL December 2004 Newsletter includes the following items:
1. Red Cross declares it has no access to Syrian prisons
2. Lebanon should adopt a law that respects the rights of citizens to be truly represented
3. Syrian troops pull out from three positions in Lebanon

 

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November 2004

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November 30, 2004 (Newsletter)

 

RCPL November 2004 Newsletter includes the following items:
1. Lebanon’s independence day marked by demonstrations
2. Video tape of Hamadeh’s attempted assassination accomplice disappears
3. Amnesty calls for the release of Samir Geagea
4. Rockets fired on Israel from Lebanon

 

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October 2004

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October 31, 2004 (Newsletter)

 

RCPL October 2004 Newsletter includes the following items:
1. 

RCPL conducts study on employment integration in Quebec

2. 

NDP takes a stand on Lebanon

3.  Hizbollah, Amal clash in south Lebanon town
4.  Security Council urges Syria to withdraw troops from Lebanon
5.  New government takes power for 7 months in Lebanon

 

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September 2004

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September 30, 2004 (Newsletter)

 

RCPL September 2004 Newsletter includes the following items:
1. 

RCPL holds workshop to learn from Canada’s diversity to help Lebanon build a system that capitalizes on its diversity

2. 

RCPL conducts a study about the employment integration of Lebanese in Quebec

3.  The United Nations Security Council passes resolution 1559 on Lebanon
4.  Al-Qaeda suspect dies in the custody of Lebanese Security forces
5.  Former Lebanese Cabinet minister wounded in Beirut car bombing

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September 18, 2004 (Press release)  

 

Learning from Canada’s diversity to help Lebanon build a system that capitalizes on its diversity

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18 septembre, 2004 (Communiqué de presse)

 

Apprendre de la diversité canadienne pour aider le Liban à bâtir un système qui mise sur sa propre diversité

 

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August 2004

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August 31, 2004 (Newsletter)

 

RCPL August 2004 Newsletter includes the following items:
1. 

RCPL gathers Canadian and Lebanese experts in a brainstorming workshop

2. 

Canadian embassy in Beirut improves the treatment of potential applicants

3.  RCPL promotes the advancement of women and children rights in Lebanon through a $1000 scholarship

 

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June 2004

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June 30, 2004 (Newsletter)

 

RCPL June 2004 Newsletter:
1. 

Panel conference with 9 candidates in the Canadian federal elections

2. 

On-going skirmishes between Israel and militants in Lebanon

3.  RCPL launches a new $1000 scholarship on women and/or children rights
4. 

Hizbullah Bars Lebanon's Tourism Minister from Border Citadel

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June 17, 2004 (Press Release)

 

Panel discussion leads all parties to agree on the need to help Lebanon

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June 09, 2004 (News clip)

 

List of candidates who confirmed their presence

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June 06, 2004 (News clip)

 

Panel to discuss Canada’s foreign policy toward Lebanon on june 13, 2004

 

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May 2004

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May 31, 2004 (Newsletter)

 

RCPL May 2004 Newsletter:
1. 

Special coverage of the Canadian federal election

2. 

6 killed and over 50 injured in Beirut riots

3.  Political activist murdered
4. 

Security situation unstable

April 2004

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April 30, 2004 (Newsletter)

 

RCPL April 2004 Newsletter:
1. 

Peaceful demonstrators get beaten up by police

2. 

Journalist sentenced to 1 year in jail because of false article

3.  A Canadian becomes an activist for the conditions of prisoners in Lebanon
4. 

Canadian foreign affairs officials make promises to help improving the human rights situation in Lebanon

5.  Vacancies in RCPL

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April 26, 2004 (Press Release)

 

Freedom of expression under attack: Journalist faces 1 year in prison

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April 07, 2004 (Press Release)

 

Excessive violence against human rights defenders in Lebanon

 

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March 2004

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March 31, 2004 (Newsletter)

 

RCPL March 2004 Newsletter:
1. 

Government cracks down on student demonstrations 

2.  Human rights defenders and journalists harassed in Lebanon
3.  Beirut quality of life one of the lowest in the world

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March 11, 2004 (Press Release)

 

Violent oppression of peaceful demonstration

 

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February 2004

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February 29, 2004 (Newsletter)

 

RCPL February 2004 Newsletter:
1.  DFAIT Workshop on Lebanon
2.  Will the Lebanese presidential elections be democratic? 
3.  Walid Joumblatt calls for a referendum on the Syrian presence in Lebanon 
4.  Security situation remains unstable

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February 05, 2004 (Press release)  

 

When will Syria release the Lebanese detained in its prisons ?

 

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January 2004

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January 31, 2004 (Newsletter)

 

RCPL January 2004 Newsletter:
1.  Death penalty reenacted in Lebanon
2.  Freedom of expression: NTV threatened with shutdown and prevented from airing news for 3 days.
3.  Lebanon's ranking declines in a new study in regards to democracy, media and economy
4.  RCPL launches a scholarship
5.  Live radio interview with RCPL

 

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