|Lebanon Sites (16 - 26 of 26)|
Website dedicated to women and mothers in the Arab world.
We Initiative - Women Empowering Initiative, Lebanon
An empowering initiative by BLC Bank for Lebanese women. Provides products and services for women, to enhance their financial and networking opportunities, as well as capacity building. Also, provides an online forum to ask or discuss any topic.
Lebanese Council of Women (LCW)
Non governmental organization aims to protect human rights, women's legal rights, awareness, working women, education and more.
The Adventures of Salwa
A humanitarian campaign launched by a group of young feminists to combat physical sexual harassment and verbal abuse of women in the Lebanese and Arab community.
Fe-Male Association, Lebanon
A civil non-sectarian, non-profit organization founded in 2012 by a group of young Lebanese women and human rights activists, raising awareness, empowerment, and changing laws to ensure women's rights in Lebanon.
LAU - Who is she in Lebanon
A project by the Lebanese American University (LAU). An online database with profiles of prominent contemporary Lebanese women in research, trade and industry, government, culture and politics.
National Committee for the Follow up of Women's Issues, Lebanon
Social organization aims to develop the participation of women on all levels of social, economic and political aspects of life in Lebanon. Also, working to revise the role of women in society and to eliminate discrimination against women.
Beit El-Hanane - Home of Tenderness, Lebanon
Non-profit charitable organization in Lebanon, aims to help women who have been abused either emotionally, physically, mentally by providing a nurturing environment filled with resources to allow these women to become fully integrated members of society.
Maryam and Martha Association, Lebanon
A social organization in Lebanon, aims to support women against violence and loneliness. Provides specialized centers with lodging, rehabilitation and support for women facing difficult family and social situations, as well as moral and financial help.
She Blogs Lebanon
Website supports Lebanese women right to nationality and full citizen.
Lebanese Working Mothers
A zone where Lebanese working moms share thoughts, experiences, fears and hopes. Intended to shed some light over issues that are overseen or dismissed by convention and not by logic.