• Tuesday, 8 September, 2020

    The following letter was sent to the Foreign Affairs Minister, Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, Chairman of the Nigerians in Diaspora Commission, Director General of National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons, Chairman of the House of Representatives Committee on Diaspora Affairs to urge the Nigerian government to fund the evacuation of more women stuck in Lebanon. We urge you to circulate it and demand the same from the Nigerian government.

     

  • Wednesday, 2 September, 2020

    Migrants and their families in Lebanon have been severely affected by the August 4 explosion. In addition to the people still missing, those who have been injured, and those who lost their lives, many have also lost their windows, walls, and valuable appliances. This effectively means that they lost their homes as most of them cannot afford any of the repairs required to make their homes livable again.

  • Thursday, 13 August, 2020

    More than a week after the explosion that shook our city, we are still in shock and in mourning. Our hearts go out to the families of those who lost their lives and livelihoods in this indiscriminate massacre of Beirut and its residents. 

    The political class bears the full responsibility for this catastrophe, the ones that preceded it and the ones that are unfortunately yet to follow. 

  • Wednesday, 29 July, 2020

    On 23 July 2020, a group of Sierra Leonean women stranded in Lebanon, Thewanthdean (meaning "United sisters" or "One sisterhood"), released a song they wrote to express their daily struggles in the country. 

  • Monday, 27 July, 2020

    The following appeal was sent to AU mechanisms and UN Special Procedures including the SR on the rights of migrant workers, the SR on contemporary forms of slavery and the SR on contemporary forms of racism along with the Committee on Migrant Workers on July 7, 2020. We urge you to circulate it, issue similar public statements and urge relevant entities to take immediate action. 

     

    Urgent appeal: Migrant workers trapped in Lebanon are at risk!

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