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Lebanon

The data presented is a selection of current statistical information available from existing sources. The Hub will both generate new data and publish reports and analysis based on our work in Lebanon.

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WPS Index ranking, 2019
33%
Women who experienced violence by an intimate partner, 2016
3.1%
Proportion of seats held by women in national parliaments, 2016
64.4%
LGBTIQ members subject to physical abuse based on Sexual Orientation and/or Gender Expression, 2020
1 in 2
An average of 1 in 2 persons reported that they personally know someone subjected to domestic violence, 2016
32%
of Syrian women refugees in Lebanon, aged 20-49 years were married before their 18th birthday, 2016
MOSAIC
UNFPA, 2016
UNFPA, 2016
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The data presented is a selection of current statistical information available from existing sources. The Hub will both generate new data and publish reports and analysis based on our work in Lebanon.

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The research examines the impact of the Syrian War and attendant displacement on diverse SOGIE individuals and communities in Lebanon and Syria. It will also…
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