Ghada Jabbour is a Lebanese feminist activist with 20 years of experience in issues related to violence against women in Lebanon and the Arab region. Her areas of expertise include domestic violence, domestic work, prostitution, and trafficking, with a focus on migrant and refugee women. In 2005, she founded and currently leads the exploitation and trafficking division at Kafa, an advocacy group dedicated to combating violence against women in Lebanon. Her current work involves supporting prostituted women, educating the public about the system of prostitution as a form of sexual violence and exploitation; and advocating for laws and policies that decriminalize women and persons in prostitution and shift the criminal burden to sex buyers and profiteers. Ghada is member and vice-chair of the Coalition for the Abolition of Prostitution (CAP-Intl’) and a board member of The Coalition Against Trafficking in Women (CATW). Her academic background is in social anthropology and human rights.