Types of Violence - Lebanon

Prostitution and Trafficking of Women in Lebanon

14.08.2019 / Created by (EMWF)

This article focuses on the subject of trafficking in women for the purpose of sexual exploitation in Lebanon, where the combination of an already delicate economic situation, a large influx of refugees and an extremely complex and deteriorated political and social scene, seems to encourage impunity for this type of exploitation.

This article is mainly based on a diagnosis produced by the Lebanese League for Women’s Rights (LLWR), which analyzed prostitution in the eastern suburbs of Beirut, and in particular in Sin- El-Fil, a densely populated locality inhabited by Lebanese, mostly belonging to Lebanese displaced families and Syrian and Iraqi refugees. People living in the eastern suburbs of Beirut, both popular and rich at the same time, face challenges such as unemployment, the high cost of living standards, and the lack of state services.

To carry out this diagnosis, the LLWR has made more than 15 meetings with actors working on trafficking in women: Lebanese organizations, local associations and journalists.

Infos

  • Type of publication : Article
  • Author : Fondation des Femmes de l’Euro – Méditerranée
  • Publishing house : Wikigender
  • Publication date : 2019
  • Number of pages : 4
  • Language : French

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Association of Continuity of Generations - ACG
Women'    s Affairs Technical Committee (WATC)
Adina Mocanu
Jordan Forum for Business and Professional Women
Green Globe
Association Démocratique des Femmes du Maroc (ADFM)
RIHAN ASSOCIATION for Youth and Development
Tunisian Mediterranean Center - TUMED
Association de Développement Local Méditerranéen (ADELMA)
Youth & Women Empowerment Forum
FLSH Ain Chock
Women’s House for Development
Right and Democracy Organization
Egyptian Center for Women'  s Rights (ECWR)
Organization of Backing Liberal and Social Development (OBLSD)
Community Media Center
Orbital Endowment Fund
Future Foundation for Media and Culture
Tunisie pionnieres
French Coordination for the European Women's Lobby (C.L.E.F.)
Arab Women Parlamentarian Network
Social Association for Media Profession
Le blog Tunisian Girl
Forum de Femmes Méditerranée (FFM)
Libanaises pour l'Egalité
People’ Rights  Center - Sidi kacem
Forsaan Al-Ghad Youth Association
Egyptian Female Lawyers
Cooperation Association
Association du Développement et des Études Stratégiques de Medenine (ADESM)
League of Female Executives of the National Union of Tunisian Women
Abdulhakeq Al Barghazi
Faculty Affiliate, PHRGE, Northeastern College of Law
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