“The strength of reaction against volunteer-run This is Lebanon is also an indicator of effectiveness. Despite their controversial tactics, they are one of the few groups who have managed to bring tangible change to the lives of migrant domestic workers while raising awareness within Lebanese society of the injustices implied in the kafala system.”
Flights out of locked-down and crash-strapped Lebanon began Wednesday for some foreign domestic workers stuck in the Middle Eastern country and wanting to return home.
Migrant domestic workers in Lebanon are not protected by labor laws, but a new website hopes to give them a voice to speak out against abuse.
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