Prominent panelists will discuss the journey that has led them to their current positions, highlighting the importance of determination and perseverance. The event is organized by AUS Sustainability and AUSMUN.
This paper examines the chasm between Lebanese women’s economic and educational attainments and limited political participation. It argues that the Lebanese political system is structurally inhospitable to women because of sectarian politics, clientelist networks, and patriarchal values. It recommends reform of Lebanon’s electoral law and the introduction of gender quotas.
by Natasha Nazi