New Report on Migrant Domestic Workers in Lebanon

24 April 2019
Research Innovation

Amnesty International released a new report about migrant domestic workers exploited under Lebanon’s kafala system. Their House Is My Prison: Exploitation of Migrant Domestic Workers in Lebanon” looks at the exploitative working conditions faced by migrant domestic workers and offers recommendations for the Lebanese government.

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