KAFA protest against Domestic Violence (Photos)

Full support for women rights, to legislate a law that protects women from domestic violence

Hummus For Thought

I will be receiving photos from today’s KAFA protest from different participants and will add everything here.

Quick reminder:

  • It starts at 2pm in front of the National Museum of Lebanon. Event link.
  • Many NGOs and independent activists are planning on participating
  • Hashtags on Twitter are #ProtectWomenLB  and #March8 + #Lebanon if you have space left.
  • Please send all pics to joey@ayoub.ch or tweet to @joeyayoub and I’ll retweet.

For more information, please check my previous post.

Live Updates are done. Will upload all photos sent in a few hours.

Photographs taken by Karim Sakr

They will all appear on Humans of Lebanon. Please out of respect, credit him if you plan on using them. For any question, here’s his email: kssakr@gmail.com

Photographs sent during the protest

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About najdeh

Association Najdeh –AN- was founded at the beginning of Lebanese civil war in 1976 by a group of independent secular Lebanese group to economically empower the displace Palestinian refugee women of Tel-Za'ater camp, one of the destroyed Palestinian refugee camp. These women became the main breadwinners of their families. Pieces of canvas and threads-Palestinian embroidery- were distributed to Tel-Za’atar displaced women and AN paid them for their work while working on selling the embroidery pieces. Later on the same year Najdeh started a nursery and a KG for these embroidery working women to enable them to work while providing their children the needed care
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