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Education for Women in Lebanon by Jamil Kharrazi

Education for Women in Lebanon

From how it all began to what is being done now

Women have been fighting for equal rights in Lebanon since they first were able to cast votes in 1953. According to Dr. Akram Khater, the fight for equality could really be narrowed back to the early 1900s. Now-a-days many Arab nations have tried to close the gender gap, especially when talking about education. Lebanon boasts more women than men in their universities, according to statistics from the United Nations, but this was not always the case.

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Jamileh-Kharrazi-جمیله خرازی
http://www.jamilehkharrazi.co.uk/en/2017/08/31/jamileh-kharrazi-lebanon/
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