1.The lack of social capital across communities due to the sectarian and divisive practices of political parties, (i.e., networks of relationships, trust and identity between and within different groups of society) hinders social cohesion
2.Lebanon has a significant non-citizen population that remains structurally excluded politically, socially and economically: aka "forgotten people"
3.Mistrust in the integrity of elections 38% (LADE, 2015)
4.Various components of the Lebanese society have incompatible visions for Lebanon
5.Limited diversity in schools, workplaces and neighborhoods
6.Members of different communities do not have similar life opportunities (ability to procure goods, have a career and obtain inner satisfaction) and access to services and treatments, etc.
7.However, the October 2019 revolution contributed to shattering many barriers that separate the multiple communities in Lebanon