“If I hear that there are Syrian refugees living in my area, I would be upset,” said Nadia Abou Naccoul, a psychologist who works with refugees in Arsal, a city on the border with Syria. “It’s our country. If Syrians came here, they would take over.”
At the Anti-Racism Movement (ARM), we are constantly working on a multitude of different activities and initiatives. Most of our activities are only possible with the help of dedicated and passionate volunteers who work in collaboration with our core team.
The Anti-Racism Movement (ARM) was launched in 2010 as a grassroots collective by young Lebanese feminist activists in collaboration with migrant workers and migrant domestic workers.