Lebanon: Recognize Domestic Workers Union
Lebanese authorities should recognize a union for domestic workers, who are excluded from the protection of the Lebanese labour code, more than 100 nongovernmental organizations said today. Ensuring the right to freedom of association for domestic workers would help to strengthen the legal protection mechanisms for domestic workers, many of whom experience abuse in Lebanon.
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