Although the Lebanese Constitution states that women and men have equal rights, women do not have the legal right to pass their nationality on to their children or foreign-born spouses. Lebanon’s political sectarianism, power dynamics and social norms continue to perpetuate a system that relegates women as second-class citizens.

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