Labor

On the occasion of Workers Day this year, this is a short and simple call to pay the woman who cleans your house a little more than you did last year.

Throughout her five months of domestic servitude, Tina was subjected to various forms of physical and psychological violence including detention, degrading treatment, humiliation, shouting and beating.

For the seventh year in a row, migrant domestic workers in Lebanon celebrated Workers’ Day on Sunday May 1st 2016, demanding the Lebanese State to ratify the International Labor Organization convention no 189 on “decent work for domestic workers”.

On July 28, 2016, the Beirut office of Human Rights Watch (HRW) issued apress release entitled “Lebanon: Syrian Women at Risk of Sex Trafficking” in which the organization tackled the r

For the eighth year in a row, migrant domestic workers (MDWs) and supporters came together to claim labor rights, march, and celebrate workers' day. This past year did not witness any improvement of protection of migrant domestic workers.

On February 1st 2018, KAFA (enough) Violence & Exploitation launched a media campaign* entitled “Think about it, think about her”* targeting Lebanese employers of migrant domestic workers (MDWs), as a

On February 1st 2018, KAFA (enough) Violence & Exploitation launched a media campaign* entitled “Think about it, think about her”* targeting Lebanese employers of migrant domestic workers (MDWs), as a