The following report explores the incompatibility of recent decisions, by the General Security and the Ministry of Education regarding migrants and their children, with national and international legislation. In particular, the first part of this report analyzes a recent unpublished General Security decision whose impact has denied residency renewal for children of migrant workers belonging to category three and four. The second part of this report looks at a series of decisions by the Ministry of Education limiting the enrollment of non-Lebanese children to public and semi-private schools.
On the Occasion of Workers’ Day,
Insan Association, Defending Human Rights
Cordially invites you to its 3rd Annual Fashion show
“CELEBRATING COLORS 2015”
On Friday, the 1st of May 2015, at 8:00 pm
At ANGRY MONKEY - Gemmayze - the Alley way
Migrant Domestic Workers and Women from all segments of society will model side by side the latest designs donated by young and upcoming Fashion Designers many of whom are migrants themselves!
The aim of the fashion show is to portray Migrant Domestic Workers in a different light; “Celebrating Colors 2015” contributes to breaking the stereotypical image associated with Migrant Domestic Workers. Instead, the fashion show is a celebration of these women’s equality to all women in society.