Hyperandrogenism Policy To Be Retracted Again After Showing Double Standards

Many claim that the policy specifically targets the double 800m Olympic champion Caster Semenya, a woman of color, from competing at her best.

Chief AUBMC Surgeon discusses operating on injured Palestinians in Gaza

Abu Sitta discussed his experience in Gaza chronologically, and provided his own analysis and conclusions on the events taking place.

NSSF Scandal Shows the True Colors of Lebanese Government

Charges were filed by a national civil movement called UnitedForLebanon following the procurement of evidence and documents proving the embezzlement and misappropriation of funds.

LAU hosts a discussion on “Women and Political Representation after the Arab Uprisings”

Regimes have resorted to “state feminism” to appease popular and grassroots agitation for more women’s rights, as well as to diffuse international pressure.

#StopThem in Riad al-Solh Square

A group of experts were spread out in the Square, to guide attendees on the dangers of incineration and the expansion of landfills, and by answering any questions they might have about the crisis and available alternatives.

Protesters demand amendment of Law 293 following women’s deaths

The KAFA protest is particularly significant in the context of the upcoming parliamentary elections, with many signs stating that their bearers will not be voting for “patriarchal ideology.”

Stink at Zouk

Debates on the origin of the trash have been sparked, and some officials stating that the garbage washed downstream from Nahr El Kalb, a recurring dumpsite since the outbreak of the crisis.

#StopTheBurning: Lebanese Residents’ Lives at Risk

Human Rights Watch has released a campaign advocating for a major switch up in Lebanon’s.

Poverty and Living Standards in Iran After the Nuclear Deal

The current protests in Iran could be attributed to joblessness and unfulfilled economic expectations, but not necessarily to high poverty.

HRW World Report 2017– Lebanon’s Human Rights Issues Highlighted

Governments are (and should be) subject to exhaustive scrutiny on the part of society– a.