Women in Lebanon’s Film Industry and Beyond—Actress Natasha Choufani reports

“I am not naive to think that people will change because of campaigns or workshops.

Protesters demand amendment of Law 293 following women’s deaths

The KAFA protest is particularly significant in the context of the upcoming parliamentary elections, with many signs stating that their bearers will not be voting for “patriarchal ideology.”

The Arab ‘Stepford Wives’: A Deceiving And Ailing Vanity

In 1972, the late playwright and novelist Ira Levin wrote a novel about a city.

How Women Entrepreneurs Are (Slowly) Changing The Middle East

In the majority of societies, men and women emphasize the importance of gender equity to.

Saudi Women Allowed To Drive But Still Have A Long Way To Go

Easing the long-standing driving restriction would benefit more than 7 million Saudi women of working age, a quarter of the country’s population.

Gender and Intersectionality in Lebanese Public Transport

As women, we need to normalize our presence in this vital urban space, and we need to shift the terms of debate from fears over our safety to a shared commitment to our right to the city.

Doctors Should Play A Key Role in Cases of Domestic Violence

During my round in a hospital during a few months back, presented to the Emergency.

Penal Law 522: Abolished!

The Lebanese Parliament has recently abolished the penal law 522 which allows a rapist to.