On Thursday, March 29, a protest will be held in front of Lebanon’s Ministry of Labor because one suicide is one too many, and because suicides by domestic and migrant […]
On Sunday, March 18, 2012 SCORA sent seven peer educators to lead peer discussions on reproductive health. But this was not their normal sessions as the delegations normally visit secondary schools. […]
On Sunday March 18th, after news of Alem Dechasa’s death spread, MWTF volunteers and students (migrant workers from different backgrounds) decided to do something different. So far, Lebanese activists have spoken through […]
A guest post republished from Kabobfest: Since uprisings began rocking the Arab World last December, I’ve watched far more Youtube videos documenting horrifically violent incidents than I like to think […]
Alem Dechasa, an Ethiopian citizen working as a maid in Beirut, has committed suicide after being beaten. Read more on the Daily Star: http://www.dailystar.com.lb/News/Politics/2012/Mar-16/166861-ethiopian-consulate-sues-lebanese-man-in-abuse-case.ashx#axzz1pHf6oytH The abuse had been caught on […]
This Tuesday, March 13, at 6.30pm we will be screening “Beirut” through a director’s cut format. Rahel will be there personally to talk through the important scenes and the making of the film. This will be followed up an question and discussion session. It will be held in West Hall, Auditorium B. Welcome!