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Key Lebanese ministries Thursday finished a two-day closed-door roundtable discussion focused on improving the country's handling of the Syrian refugee crisis.The idea behind the meeting, explained the president of LCPS Sami Atallah, was to bring together Lebanese government officials and local experts to discuss new solutions to the crisis. The document – titled Legal Challenges Faced by Refugees from Syria and Lebanon – was based on interviews with nearly 100 individuals, 77 percent men and 23 percent women.According to Asmar, this tangled system actively marginalizes refugees, making them vulnerable to a host of issues.In this way, new and collaborative forums like the one held by LCPS have pointed out unique issues that government ministries either didn't focus on or failed to understand prior to their cooperation.For instance, during a previous roundtable, ministries realized – as a result of a survey conducted by LCPS – that they needed to provide more assistance to local municipalities. Nevertheless, Abi Habib noted that this trend is not limited to organizations like LCPS.
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