Migration

Joud Hassan
“It is not easy for us to keep up with the news on the Russian invasion of Ukraine, as we come from a war that is still burning in our country.”
Olivia Shabb
In the end of the day, it’s just another person getting off a plane on a Tuesday, in Boston or Istanbul or Manama or Paris or Dubai, straining for equanimity in the savagery of forced reinvention. As generations of Lebanese have had to do before us.
Farah Shaqir
As the country is sinking, people are fleeing the ship. Until the end of August some 260,000 passports were issued. Do they smile in the photo? Where are they going? And who do they leave behind?  
Sawsan Abdel-Raheem
Populist accusations that refugees are stealing Lebanese jobs ignore the fact that Lebanese employers are happy to hire non-citizens and pay them much lower wages than what they would pay to Lebanese workers and not pay social security fees.
لتصلكم نشرة درج الى بريدكم الالكتروني