International Justice
Meeting Sarba Diocese Committee
Justice Without Frontiers held a raising awareness session with Sarba Diocese Committee members about Catholic Personal Status Law as a part of increasing awareness about women's legal rights in "Women Access to Justice" Project, Thursday 27th December 2012 at 7:00 p.m. in Sarba Archbishopric.
Ms.  Myriam Haddad, Project officer for WAJ project spoke about the difference parts of the personal Status Law that couples must know about marriage and discussed the project’s vision and practice on ground.
The members showed their interest and importance to highlight to such subject. They were motivated to collaborate for future planning how to spread out the knowledge about Personal Status Laws and women rights in the parish sectors related to the Diocese.
Me. Randa Fahed during an interview at AlAan Channel Television
Me. Randa Fahed during an interview with Mrs. Loubna Zeidan at AlAan Channel Television speaking about women subjected to violence.
Me. Fahed explained how JWF follows up the cases starting from the free legal consultations reaching to applying the legal services and following up in the court.
She spoke about women who cover their cases being victimized under violence and harsh treatment, whether verbal or physical and sexual exploitation. She gave a descriptive view for one of JWF beneficiaries.
Also, she reassured that JWF is offering free legal consultations. Contact us on our Hotline : 70/800820 or our land office lines 01/890877 - 01/880877

Awareness Session on CPSL for habal Bila Danas Brotherhood's women
Justice Without Frontiers organized an awareness raising session on Catholic Personal Status Law for eighty women from the brotherhood of "Immaculate Conception / Mart Takla" (Habal Bila Danas) in collaboration with the Services Development Center of the Ministry of Social Affairs - Bouchrieh Center on Wednesday November 7, 2012 at nine o'clock in the morning in the salon of the parish of the Church of Mar Takla – Sid Bouchrieh.
Ms. Safaa’ Al-Ali, Media Officer presented a definition about JWF and its projects especially “Women access to justice". As she indicated to the free legal consultations and legal services provided from JWF to vulnerable women in the Ecclesiastic Courts.
In the same context, the lawyer Randa Fahed provided a brief explanation of the terms of the Personal Status Law in Catholic communities on topics such as alimony and legal aid, custody, nullity of marriage and other details. Also, she answered the questions from participants and gave direct legal consultations.
Women attending the awareness session expressed their interest and how they can benefit from that information and they expressed their desire to mainstream the knowledge to their friends.
Moreover, the participants showed the importance of giving similar sessions to the youth of the age of marriage before they get engaged.
JWF guests at "baynetna" social talk show
Maitre Brigitte Chelebian, Director of Justice Without Frontiers and Ms. Marie Khashab, one of our beneficiaries were a guest speaking at MTV television in "Baynetna" social talk show, Saturday 7 July 2012 at 10:30 a.m.
Maitre Chelebian discussed Justice Without Frontiers' work to achieve the goals for "Women access to justice" Project and highlighted on the different cases that JWF take care of and the variety in legal aid and assistance the beneficiaries get.
On the other hand, Ms. Khashab had the chance to share her experience and how JWF followed her case during her divorce and getting the final judgment.
"Sawt Al-Mahaba Interview"
Maitre Brigitte Chelebian, Director of “Justice Without Frontiers” was a guest speaking with on “Sawt Al Mahaba” Radio, Friday 29th of June 2012at 1:30 afternoon. She talked about “Women Access to Justice” Project and the Personal family status law in Catholic religion that we are working on now.
Also, she gave the audience a brief about JWF support from Free legal consultations for everyone and legal aid for vulnerable and poor women in Lebanon and for children whom are victims of violence or have a conflict with the law.
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