May 09, 2021
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  • Thousands Marched with RDFL against Child Marriage

    The streets of Beirut witnessed on March 2nd, 2019 a massive demonstration organized by the Lebanese Women Democratic Gathering – RDFL and the National Coalition for Protecting Children from Early Marriage with the participation of more than 3000 people and MPs Eddie Abi Lamaa, Paula Yaacoubian, Bilal Al-Abdullah, Elias Hankash,…

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  • The 2019 Meeting of the Biennial Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction

    The Lebanese Women Democratic Gathering – RDFL, represented by the Bekaa center coordinator Roula Zeaiter, participated in the 2019 meeting of the biennial Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) in which it discussed among other issues, the 2019 edition of the Global Assessment Report on DRR. It convened under…

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  • MADAD For Women

    Launched in September 1st, 2018, the Lebanese Women Democratic Gathering – RDFL in partnership with EuroMed Feminist Initiative- EFI, Care International Lebanon and Legal Action Worldwide (LAW) has started implementing 2 years´ multi country project titled “Strengthening access to protection, participation and services for women refugees, Internal Displaced Persons –…

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  • RDFL Attended the “Zero Tolerance for Violence Against Women and Girls” Campaign Launching

    The Lebanese Women Democratic Gathering- RDFL, participated in the Regional Campaign on Zero Tolerance for Violence Against Women and Girls that was launched on 2-3 May 2019 in Amman, Jordan in the frame of the project “Combating Violence against Women in the Southern Mediterranean Region”, funded by the EU. The…

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  • RDFL Participates in Tunis Forum on Gender Equality

    The Lebanese Women Democratic Gathering – RDFL, represented by the advocacy coordinator Sara El Outa, participated in the Tunis Forum on Gender Equality that took place April 24-26 and was organized by the Government of Tunisia and the United Nations Development Programme and UN Women. The Forum brought together over…

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  • The Closing Ceremony of the Art and Expression National Contest on Child Marriage

    The Lebanese Women Democratic Gathering – RDFL launched the results of the national expression and art competition for school and university students on child marriage in Lebanon in a closing ceremony at the Lawyer’s House in Beirut. This ceremony was organized in cooperation with the Ministry of Education and Higher…

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  • RDFL’s Inputs on Promoting Gender Mainstreaming in Rural Development

    The Lebanese Women Democratic Gathering – RDFL, represented by its member May Al-Dirani, presented the results of the project on the promotion of gender mainstreaming in sustainable rural development and food security procedures with the Ministry of Agriculture. Al Dirani presented an analysis of its results from a gender perspective…

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  • RDFL’s Growing – Official Opening of Our 6th Branch!

    The Lebanese Women Democratic Gathering – RDFL, with the support of Forum ZFD, has established its 6th center in Lebanon which is located in Baalbeck. The center opening came within the framework of “Future Together Now” Project aiming to build the capacities of women to become pioneers in their societies…

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  • RDFL Partners in Criminalizing Marital Rape

    As a continuity to the Lebanese Women Democratic Gathering – RDFL’s work with Lebanese political parties in ending all forms of violence against women, RDFL coordinated with the Lebanese Forces Women Assembly to announce the proposed law on criminalizing marital rape which was registered by MPs Strida Geagea and Georges…

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  • The 2019 Commission on the Status of Women

    The Lebanese Women Democratic Gathering- RDFL was represented by its Head of Communications and Campaigning, Hayat Mirshad, in the sixty-third session of the Commission on the Status of Women that took place at the United Nations Headquarters in New York from 11 to 22 March 2019. Mirshad was a speaker in three different…

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