Beirut, Lebanon. The Common Space Initiative for Shared Knowledge and Consensus Building hosted a conference on August 14th on Syrian Refugees in Lebanon: Challenges for Return and Realities Back Home. The conference issued a summary booklet in September “Conditions of Return for the Syrian Refugees in Lebanon,” highlighting the results of a study assessing seven major criteria impacting the possibility of the return of Syrian refugees to their country of origin. Among its many findings, the report concludes that although their are pockets of stability within Syria, most of the refugees within Lebanon to not come from those areas. The report presents a detailed map of Syria, the number of refugees from each region, and the status of those areas. The booklet may be found here.