National Commission for Lebanese Women (NCLW) strives to assure equality between women and men in all aspects. The gender equality issue is an important issue, as it is directly related to the respect, protection and fulfillment of human rights set forth in the various international conventions signed and ratified by the Lebanese government.
National Commission for Lebanese Women is an official body, which was established in 1998 by law 720, and is directly affiliated to the presidency of the Council of ministers.

  • Legal Observatory

    In order to amend law provisions that discriminate against women in Lebanon, NCLW has been undertaking a full mapping of all laws and regula...

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  • Gender Mainstreaming

    NCLW continues its efforts to achieve gender mainstreaming in policies and programs of public institutions and ministries in Lebanon. In thi...

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  • Capacity Development

    National Commission for Lebanese Women implements capacity development programs in cooperation with its partners.

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