Ziad was a commander for the Lebanese Communist Party and member of the party’s central committee. After the war, he became the head of the youth department of the Ministry of Displaced People. He was project manager for several projects, including “Memory and Reconciliation” (2009 – 2014).
Assaad was a member of the Kataeb party and then the Lebanese Forces (LF) as vice chief of intelligence. After the war, in 2000 he wrote a public letter of apology for the things he had committed during the war. He is a member of the international NGO Initiatives of Change, the coordinator of the gathering of NGOs Wahdatouna Khallasouna and FFP’s vice president.
Haidar was a member of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP). After the war, he established his own international business and he works in art projects. He is a committee member of Wahdatouna Khallasouna.
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Christina holds a Master Degree in Political Sciences and a certificate in Biography Work. In the year 2000 she moved from Berlin to Beirut where she has been working as journalist, documentary filmmaker and consultant for NGOs. She specialized in issues such as the memory of the Lebanese civil war, ex-combatants, child soldiers, DDR processes and arms control.
Fouad was a member of the Organization for Communist Action in Lebanon. He holds a Master Degree in Non-Violence and a PhD in Anthropology. He works as a trainer for conflict resolution, peace building and citizenship.
Daoud was a member of the National Resistance Front. He was a political prisoner in South Lebanon but managed to escape from jail. He wrote a book about this experience and studied psychology. He specialized in trauma therapy and opened his own clinic in South Lebanon.
Zeina Aboul Hosn
Zeina is an acclaimed filmmaker and editor. She has worked for international TV channels such as the BBC and Al Jazeera. She is FFP’s web content manager.
Nasseem was a member of the Lebanese Communist Party and currently works for Reuters TV.
Badri Abou Diab
Badri was a member of the Socialist Party and works in the Ministry of Displaced People as Head of Administrative Department. He also trains on the issues of peace building and social cohesion.
Badi holds degrees in Computer Sciences, Psychology and Music/Guitar performance. He has worked as a psychologist for international NGOs such as International Medical Corps and Medecins du Monde.
Layal holds a Masters Degree in NGO management and has been working as project coordinator for different NGOs for many years. She currently works at the Arab Human Rights Fund.
We Cannot Undo the Past, But We Can Change the Future.