The ‘Mixed Feelings’ exhibit highlights stories of Lebanese of African and Asian heritage and their daily struggles.
Press Release: 9 Civil Society Organizations condemn decision to not renew residency permits for children of Migrant Workers
“I fell down on my knees, covering my eyes from the bright sunlight that I didn’t see for 12 months, 12 months! Can you imagine!? And the fresh air.” That’s how one migrant described his release from the General ‘Security’ Detention Center in Adlieh. Barbaric would be an apt description of the Adlieh
Human Rights Watch’s 2014 Global Report was just released. As usual, I’m re-copying the Lebanon section below.
Three very sophisticated Lebanese women clearly thought this was an appropriate costume for Halloween.
This video will help you to understand the slavery-like conditions that they are currently subjected to under the sponsorship system.
by Joey Ayoub This picture was uploaded on the Anti-Racism Movement’s Facebook page by Gary Lian. What more powerful reminder do we need? the conditions that migrant workers have to go through in Lebanon are horrific, barbaric and disgusting. Here is the description: “I took this picture today. It’s the