Nourhan Sharaf Eddine
The reasons for the marginalization of women are many, including the curriculum for Lebanon’s history books, which was introduced in the 1960s and has not been updated since. Nayla Hamadeh, Ex-President of the Lebanese Association for History (LAH), speaks up.
Maha Gazal
The Polygamy Association in Azaz is further proof of the dangers for Syrian women and illustrates the absurdity the country is facing when it comes to social and political change. As if development and a decent life start with women bargaining over being a second, third or fourth wife.
Mohamad Jebril
Are the benefits we reap from surveillance technology really worth the price we pay in terms of loss of privacy, submission to paternalism, and the unwanted intrusion of landlords?
Maya El Ammar
On December 21st, 2020, Lebanese legislators chose to reinforce and multiply the oppression of women exploited in the sex industry, prohibited by Lebanese law, and reassert the equal treatment of both the exploited and their exploiters, in the benefit of sex buyers who are still, for the vast majority, male consumers exempted of any legal or moral responsibility.
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