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The situation of Sudanese refugees in Lebanon: summary of info session & ways to show solidarity

On December 3rd 2015, an info session organized by Anti-Racism Movement (ARM) took place in Dammeh on the situation of Sudanese protests in Lebanon.

Racism and Human rights: the continuous fight of Sudanese Asylums Seekers and Refugees with UNHCR in Lebanon

 

قوى الامن ولاجئات من السودان

Today is the 56th day of the ongoing protest of more than 25 Sudanese refugees, mostly mothers and their children, at the UNHCR office doors in Beirut. The amount of hate and racism they witness and encounter, by their words, is intolerable to any human.

The psychic wounds of sexual violence: Digging for Syrian victims in UNHCR's registration interview

Lamia Moghnieh

 

 

What happened to you?” asked the psychologist

“They raped me” Said the UNHCR male registration officer in a soft and exaggerated feminine voice, and everyone started laughing. 

Trying to Imagine: A Glimpse from the Hunger Strike

Dr. AbdelMeneem Ibrahim is a Sudanese refugee in Lebanon from 20 years+, a community leader and one of the very few modest and down to earth activists, which I know and bow to. He is on hunger strike for day 9 today.

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