Published in: North Africa, West AsiaMy name is Winnie, I survived Lebanon’s kafala system
With Lebanon’s economic crisis deteriorating, the already dire situation of migrant domestic workers is getting even harder.
Published in: ourEconomy: OpinionThe economy isn’t about money. It’s about putting food on the table
Our Enlightenment predecessors recognized not one but five economies – and the pandemic has reinvigorated our taste for them.
Published in: ourEconomy: OpinionEvery cent lost to tax havens could be used to strengthen our health and social systems
It’s women in the informal sector who are suffering the harshest effects of our broken tax system.
Published in: ourEconomyThe ‘flexible’ gig economy is not such a great option for women after all
Flexibility is difficult for many workers to take advantage of in practice.
Published in: North Africa, West AsiaMigrant workers fighting for freedom under Lebanon’s Kefala system
In Lebanon, a women-only group of migrant domestic workers have come together to fight for rights in the workplace.