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The Lebanese Center for Policy Studies, an independent think tank in Lebanon and Hivos Women Empowered for Leadership (WE4L) partner, published various reports on the 2018 elections that could be studied to advance the efforts of women in the country's leadership positions.

Here, they are listed for ease of access:


Analyses of the 2018 election at a national level

Fighting Against the Odds: Emerging Political Actors in the 2018 Lebanese Parliamentary Elections
Discourse as an Electoral Campaigning Tool: Exploiting the Emotions of Voters 
Understanding Turnout in the Lebanese Elections
An Assessment of Election Irregularities during the 2018 Parliamentary Elections

Analyses of the 2018 election at the electoral district level
The 2018 Lebanese Parliamentary Elections: What Do the Numbers Say?

Bekaa 1 Electoral District: Zahle 
Bekaa 1: What’s in the Ballot Box? Unpacking the 2018 Elections

Bekaa 2 Electoral District: West Bekaa - Rachaya 
Bekaa 2: What’s in the Ballot Box? Unpacking the 2018 Elections

Bekaa 3 Electoral District: Baalbek - Hermel 
Bekaa 3: What’s in the Ballot Box? Unpacking the 2018 Elections

Beirut 1 Electoral District
Beirut 1: What’s in the Ballot Box? Unpacking the 2018 Elections

Beirut 2 Electoral District
Beirut 2: What’s in the Ballot Box? Unpacking the 2018 Elections

South 1 Electoral District: Saida and Jezzine
South 1: What’s in the Ballot Box? Unpacking the 2018 Elections

South 2 Electoral District: Sour and Zahrani
South 2: What’s in the Ballot Box? Unpacking the 2018 Elections

South 3 Electoral District: Bint Jbeil, Marjayoun-Hasbaya, and Nabatiyeh
South 3: What’s in the Ballot Box? Unpacking the 2018 Elections