The Sharaka project directly engaged citizens in Lebanon in the fight against corruption by providing free legal advice through the Lebanese Advocacy and Legal Advice Center (LALAC). The project involved a range of awareness raising and outreach efforts to inform citizens on their legal rights as well as empower them to report cases of corruption.
- A national billboard campaign promoting the LALAC hotline;
- A series of SMS waves targeting victims of corruption (each SMS wave emphasizing a different sector)
- 15 outreach sessions around Lebanon to inform both citizens and refugees on their legal rights as well as encourage them to report cases to LALAC
- A three-day workshop on Investigative Journalism which trained 23 junior journalists.