The exploitation of migrant domestic workers in Lebanon has been the subject of heightened attention in the media and by international organizations. The nature of domestic labor as work performed in the privacy of homes and away from public scrutiny grants employers heightened power and control. Servant, Daughter, or Employee? A Pilot Study on the Attitudes of Lebanese Employers towards Migrant Domestic Workers explores the general attitudes and practices of Lebanese employers towards domestic workers.
The compendium is first and foremost a set of 65 handpicked basketball drills developed for the weekly street level practices in disadvantaged communities. But it also introduces a new approach to the field of Sport for Peace and Development with its strong focus on how to stimulate the social and cultural skills among the participants.
This booklet includes guidelines intended to help the social worker in her interviews with women, enabling her to provide them with the proper basic legal information. The booklet aims at the enrichment of the social worker’s legal background, enabling her to answer women’s simple legal questions, namely in cases of emergencies which cannot wait until they get a specialized legal advice. The user of this booklet should be aware that this legal information is just basic and needs to be detailed by a specialized legal expert.