Are women the antidote to corruption?

Lebanese women must profit from this uprising to bridge a long-time gap in political representation, reject marginalization, especially in negotiations, and actively contribute to transition our country into sustainable peace and development where no one is left behind.
by Abir Chebaro

11 November 2019 | 17:46

Source: by Annahar

  • by Abir Chebaro
  • Source: Annahar
  • Last update: 11 November 2019 | 17:46

Anti-government protesters chant slogans during ongoing protests against the Lebanese government, in front of the Justice Palace in Beirut, Lebanon, Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2019. (AP Photo)

For almost a month now, protesters have been filling the streets, with a massive presence and active participation of women at the front lines, who are demanding political and socio-economic reforms,...
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