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Shame on Who - social experiment

لمّا توقع المرأة ضحيّة أي جرم متل الضرب أو السرقة، تُعامَل كضحيّة، إلّا بحالة الإغتصاب، بتصير هيّي الفلتانة وضحية لمرة تانية. من خلال حملة #مين_الفِلتان، منظّمة أبعاد عم بتطالب بمحاكمة المُغتَصِب بدل الحُكم ولوم الضحية وتشديد عقوبات جرائم العنف الجنسي ب لبنان. إن منظمة أبعاد تتحفّظ على كافة العبارات غير اللائقة الواردة في هذه التجربة الإجتماعية

When a terrible crime is committed upon a woman, no matter the kind, she is seen as a victim. Except when she is raped. In this heinous case, she is wrongfully blamed and seen as a “slut” or “asking for it.” ABAAD’s campaign #ShameOnWho works to reshape society’s skewed perception of victim shaming and call for severe penalties against the rapist in Lebanon. It’s time to judge the rapist, not the victim! *ABAAD expresses its reservation on inappropriate terms and expressions mentioned in this social experiment.

CNN Report

This campaign "is a first step to putting the blame where it belongs." Check out report by CNN International about ABAAD's #ShameOnWho? Campaign

 هذه الحملة هي الخطوة الأولى لتوجيه اللوم الى لمكان الصحيح . تحقق من تقرير سي إن إن الدولية حول حملة #مين الفلتان؟



مسرحية مين الفلتان Meen El Felten play

 مين الفِلتان؟ ،هو عرض مسرحي وثائقي حول أحوال الاعتداء الجنسي في لبنان، لمنظّمة أبعاد، كتابة وإخراج سحر عسّاف. يرتكز العرض على مواد من مقابلات مسجّلة أجرتها منظمة أبعاد عام ٢٠١٨، مع ناجيات من الاغتصاب وينقل الواقع كما هو، ويدعو الجمهور إلى التجوّل في أنحاء المنزل للاستماع إلى القصص كما روتها النساء

#ShameOnWho is an immersive play by ABAAD based on interviews conducted by ABAAD in 2018 with survivors of sexual violence and rape. The show paints the untouched reality of those who suffered and invites the public to walk through Zico House to discover their stories enacted by actors.


This play is part of the #ShameOnWho? campaign supported by: British Embassy in Beirut Embassy of the Netherlands in Lebanon Norwegian People's Aid (NPA) - Lebanon National Commission for Lebanese Women NCLW WAM Lebanon World Food Programme UNDEF

Press Release - بيان صحفي

إطلاق حملة "مين الفِلتان؟" حاكم المغتَصب. ما تحكم ع الضحية

بمناسبة حملة الـ16 يوم العالمية للقضاء على العنف ضد النساء والفتيات، تطلق منظمة أبعاد بالشراكة مع وزارة الدولة لشؤون المرأة والهيئة الوطنية لشؤون المرأة اللبنانية وبدعم من سفارة مملكة هولندا والسفارة البريطانية في لبنان والمساعدات الشعبية النروجية وعدد من الشركاء حملة "مين الفِلتان؟".

انقر هنا لقراءة كامل البيان

ShameOnWho? Campaign Launch

Prosecute the Rapist. Do Not Blame the Victim.

On the occasion of the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence 2018, ABAAD, in partnership with the Office of the Minister of State for Women Affairs and the National Commission for Lebanese Women, and with the financial support of the Dutch Embassy in Lebanon, the British Embassy in Lebanon and the Norwegian People Aid, and a number of partners and allies, has launched the “#ShameOnWho?” nationwide campaign.

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Ain El Mrayseh Stunt

Ain Mrayseh Stunt:

As part of ABAAD’s Shame on Who activities was the Interactive Stunt on Ain Mrayseh, where there was awareness sessions about our campaign, live graffiti painting, and people supporting our campaign through signing petition. The minister of women affairs joined our stunt and showed support through signing the petition along with several other NGOs and activists from the community.


During the 2018 Beirut Marathon, ABAAD decided to encourage women and girls survivors of sexual assault to speak out and face their rapist. While holding signs reading "This Year I will not Run I will face my rapist" “This year I will not Run I will face the people who blamed me” protesters lined the course of Beirut's Marathon to call for tougher sanctions against rapists. Meanwhile, dozens of solemn-faced campaigners, many dressed in black, took their places along the seaside course of the race.


Lebanon is caught in a vicious circle of gender-based violence (GBV) and discrimination that deprives women and girls of meaningful participation in social, economic, and political life. Most abusive and discriminatory acts against women and girls in Lebanon are the direct result of unequal treatment of men and women within the Lebanese law and the influence of a patriarchal society that thrives on the control and oppression of women.

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