Fighters for PeaceFighters for peace (FFP) is a Lebanon based-NGO founded in 2014 by ex-combatants from the Lebanese civil war with the aim to foster a national reconciliation process and prevent violent extremism in Lebanon and the Arab region.
Memory To Reconciliation Lesson PlansThese lesson plans were developed in collaboration the Permanent Peace Movement, as a guide to teaching students about Civil Peace
The Truth Even If My Voice TremblesAssaad Chaftari’s book, published by Dergham Publishing, in which he tells his personal story of redemption and revival. You can buy the book at Virgin Megastore, Antoine Libraries, and on antoineonline.com, and follow news about the book at https://laveritememesimavoixtremble.wordpress.com/
Contact us to obtain copies of our films, to use as educational tools and to learn more about memory, peace, and reconciliation.
Che Guevara Died in Lebanon (Documentary film, 80mins)
A cross-cultural love story with the backdrop of the Lebanese civil war: The director of this film goes on a journey, exploring her husband’s role during the Lebanese civil war, trying to find out what kind of person he must have been in the past.
Tall-el-Zaatar Revisited(Documentary Film, 27mins) Nassim Assaad pays a visit to the camp where he grew up as a child. And where he, a Lebanese, was fighting alongside the Palestinian forces as a teenager.
Friendship (Un)Limited(Documentary Film, 23mins) Ali and Toni are friends. Ali is a Muslim, Toni is a Christian. They like to hang out with each other, have a coffee or smoke Hubble-bubble. Because before they became colleagues and friends, they were fighting each other unknowingly along Beirut’s Green Line.
Barakat - House of Memory(Documentary Film, 17mins) A film made by Lebanese high school students from Archafieh/Beirut and Bchemoun about the Barakat building, the building that summarizes the history of the war, and holds the memory of the city of Beirut.