Open Journal Systems

Arguments Valid for Once Only

Azzah Shararah Beydoun

Abstract


More than a year has passed since Lebanon submitted its second periodic report to the CEDAW Committee (Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of
Discrimination Against Women)1 at the United Nations in New York. The National Commission for LebaneseWomen (NCLW)2 was assigned the task of preparing that
report, and NCLW in turn appointed a committee of its members to monitor the process of this preparation. The report is essentially an overview of the conditions of Lebanese women within the legislative, political, economic, educational, health, social, and cultural sectors. Moreover, it briefly highlights the geographical, political, administrative, institutional, social, and cultural environment of the country.3


Keywords


CEDAW; Lebanese women

Full Text: PDF

DOI: 10.32380/alrj.v0i0.276

Refbacks

  • There are currently no refbacks.

ISSN: 0259-9953

Contact: al-raida@lau.edu.lb
This journal is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License
Creative Commons License
Site developed by eScienta.com

  • Powered By OJS