The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) in Lebanon launched a new campaign that aims at writing 50 years of Lebanon’s history. The ICRC has been present in Lebanon for 50 years, and it has helped a lot of civilians during the Lebanese civil war. In addition to that, this organization has been calling out the Lebanese authorities to clarify the fate of the
. In fact, the ICRC it has been holding interviews with the families of the missing people since 2012. Also, it started collecting biological samples and storing them for future DNA analysis two years ago. Now, the ICRC wants the Lebanese people to share their own stories. It doesn’t have to be yours: it can be the story of your parent, your relative, or even your friend. Post a photo, a video, a drawing, or a performance using the hashtag #StoriesofHumanity. It’s time for the Lebanese people to write the modern history of Lebanon!
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