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  • Lebanese Women Democratic Gathering, RDFL, participate in a marsch for gender equality, 19 May 2012 in Beirut. A minimum of 33 percent women in all decision-making bodies and equal citizenship rights for women and men were some of the demands. Photo: Riad Issa and Marie Therese El Mir.

    Lebanese Women Democratic Gathering, RDFL, participate in a marsch for gender equality, 19 May 2012 in Beirut. A minimum of 33 percent women in all decision-making bodies and equal citizenship rights for women and men were some of the demands. Photo: Riad Issa and Marie Therese El Mir.

  • Together with the theatre group ZOUKAK, the organisation KAFA in 2011 organised a performance in Beirut during the annual global 16 Days of Activism campaign. The theme was the adoption of a Lebanon law against domestic violence. Photo: KAFA.

    Together with the theatre group ZOUKAK, the organisation KAFA in 2011 organised a performance in Beirut during the annual global 16 Days of Activism campaign. The theme was the adoption of a Lebanon law against domestic violence. Photo: KAFA.

  • Women’s rights organisations demonstrate in Beirut on the International Women’s Day, 8 March, 2012. Photo: Alexandra Karlsdotter Stenström/The Kvinna till Kvinna Foundation.

    Women’s rights organisations demonstrate in Beirut on the International Women’s Day, 8 March, 2012. Photo: Alexandra Karlsdotter Stenström/The Kvinna till Kvinna Foundation.

Lebanon

The Kvinna till Kvinna Foundation has supported and cooperated with women’s organisations in Lebanon since 2005. 

Kvinna till Kvinna supports regional peace work in the Middle East, with a focus on women’s participation and rights, as we believe these issues to be essential to achieve sustainable peace. Our partner organisations in Lebanon work against gender-based violence and discrimination against women, and they seek to improve the situation of refugee women living in the country.

Senast uppdaterad: 2017-03-01