Adèle Surprenant is a freelance journalist based in Beirut, who is interested in workers' rights and women in North Africa and the Middle East.
Opinion: The Superior Court of Quebec confirmed the section of the secularist law that limits the wearing of religious signs by civil servants. It has been heavily criticised, writes Adèle Surprenant.
Comment: Syrians in Lebanon are often subject to discrimination and prejudice. While some are supportive of the protests, others are steering clear, writes Adèle Surprenant.