Violence Against Women in Lebanon Essay

3007 Words Apr 12th, 2014 13 Pages
Table of Contents |

Executive Summary………………………………………………………iv |
Introduction……………………………………………………………….1
Problem and Scope……………………………..1 Procedures………………….………………….2
Findings……………………………………………………………………3
Violence against women in Lebanon………….3 Education Statistics in Lebanon…………..…...4
Research Analysis…………………………………………………………6
Intervention…………………………………..12
Personal Beliefs……………………...……….12

Executive Summary
The purpose of this report was to raise awareness about abused women in Lebanon and try to promote their rights.
Research for this report included true based stories from reality shows and social media, furthermore, literature on web-based tuitions and interview with a professional social
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Furthermore, use more social media and gorilla marketing to fight domestic violence. Also, persuade women to report and not be afraid.
The report also investigates the fact that the analysis conducted has limitations. Some of the limitations include:
That a lot of NGO’s are trying to help women and did result in a change, also that this problem has been ongoing through centuries. Furthermore, even with raising awareness in South and through education there will always be discrimination and men will tend to use religion as a weapon. Hence the best we could do can always make a small change.

Introduction
The economic and political situation in Lebanon is unstable which results in high unemployment, and those factors explain poverty in Lebanon. According to the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), physical abuse is common in Lebanon among the civil servants and farmers as well as rural poverty especially in isolated areas of the Baalbeck-Hermel and Akkar in Northern Lebanon and the recently progressive region of Southern Lebanon (UNDP, 2013). Gender inequality is very common in Lebanon. The Lebanese Law aggravates women conditions, and the preference of male and the abuse of women has been an ongoing issue since the early 19th century. However, nowadays many organizations such as KAFA (enough), ABAAD, LLWB (Lebanese league for women in business) and LWC (Lebanese women council) and educated women, activists and feminists

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