Migrant Domestic Workers in Lebanon

AKSOB 903, Beirut campus

On the occasion of International Women’s Day, the Intersectional Feminist Club at the Lebanese American University, in collaboration with the Social Work Club, is hosting a panel discussion on the conditions of migrant domestic workers in Lebanon.

Speakers on the panel include Gemma Justo, a Filipina community leader and human rights activist who is also a founding member of the Domestic Workers’ Union in Lebanon and currently serving as the union’s general secretary, Rahel Zegeye, a migrant worker from Ethiopia who is also a film-maker and playwright, Ramy Shukr, the general coordinator of the Migrant Community Center (MCC) at Anti-Racism Movement (ARM), and Rose Mahi, a migrant worker from Cameroon who is also one of the founding members of the Union of Domestic Workers in Lebanon and the chair-person of the Africa United Community (AUC) in Lebanon.

Everyone is welcome to attend. Please bring your university IDs or regular ID cards with you for security purposes.