πŸ‡±πŸ‡§ Lebanon: Why Can’t Migrant Workers Go Home?

As Lebanon grapples with the aftermath of an explosion that killed more than 200 people and left thousands homeless, the country has plunged deeper into an economic, political and humanitarian crisis.

It is a catastrophic situation for any resident of the capital Beirut – but for migrant workers, whose standard of living and freedom of movement were already compromised, the situation feels hopeless.

In this episode of The Stream, Al Jazeera explores the terrible situation facing Lebanon’s migrant workers, ask what needs to be done to support them and what, if any, hope they have of returning home. (πŸ“Ή: Al Jazeera)

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