Gender

Tracy Jawad
Life can be both glamorous and humorous for us all, and like a well-kept secret passed along the generations that have paved the way, Sultana knows this all too well. The boundaries of our self-expression only exist if we choose to abide by them––and she’s chosen freedom.
Daraj Team
Climate change is one of the greatest challenges of our time; to stem it in Lebanon requires immediate action and attention. The right mix of policies, skills, incentives, political will and women’s leadership can influence public behavior, encourage the right investments and mitigate devastating outcomes for Lebanon’s cherished environment. 
UN Women Lebanon
Reforms that could make more women equal to men, and less vulnerable to violence, have languished in Parliament and across institutions. Their lack of passage has entrenched gender discrimination while directly contributing to Lebanon’s situation today.
Dr. Maitrayee Mukhopadhyay
Feminisms in development is alive and well and it is in the hands of the future generation. They are making all the difference in local struggles and making new meaning for the futures of feminism in development.
Marwa Saab
“Those who killed my daughter are politically supported. I don’t belong to any political party, and I don’t have enough money to hire a lawyer to get my daughter justice from those who killed her.”
Maya El Ammar
“I could not believe what I saw, honestly. I never imagined this would happen to me. I looked at the mirror and I could not stand looking at my face. It was then that I put on my clothes, called the neighbors and sought help from the police”.
Maya El Ammar
Sexual predators refuse to acknowledge that the world has already entered a new phase in the way it deals with sexual abuse and harassment cases.
Rami El-Amin
Mia Khalifa was not spared from the word “honor,” by which she is showered from her critics -or you could say slanderers- and her supporters alike.
Joumana Imad
In the alleys of the “al-Shati” (the beach) Palestinian refugee camp, west of Gaza, Marah Hassouna walks around carrying a bag packed with her sportswear and scooter.
Eman Adel
I accidentally saw a hashtag calling for accountability for the murderer of a girl who has the same name as mine. The victim did not only have my name; but she was also a rural Egyptian young girl, who was the mother to one child, and was married to a non-Egyptian, just like me.
لتصلكم نشرة درج الى بريدكم الالكتروني