Advocacy

Tuesday 27 September 2022

AT LEAST 24 CHILDREN KILLED IN MOST RECENT BOAT TRAGEDY AS FAMILIES IN LEBANON LOSE HOPE

  • The number of asylum seekers attempting the perilous journey across the Mediterranean has more than doubled in 2022 for the second year in a row.
  • New briefing from Save the Children highlights diminishing hope among Syrian refugees in Lebanon as poverty, discrimination persist.
  • Refugees in Lebanon, Iraq and Jordan highlighted their desires to a relocate to a third country, yet places for refugees remain critically low.
Wednesday 17 August 2022

Canada’s Minister of International Development visits Lebanon to assess the impact of the country’s crises on education.

 

 

Monday 8 August 2022

LEBANON: BREAD SHORTAGES FUELLING TENSIONS WITH SYRIAN REFUGEES

 

BEIRUT, 8 August 2022 – Syrian refugees living in Lebanon are facing an increase of violence, harassment and discrimination as tensions rise over a bread shortage caused by the war in Ukraine, currency devaluation and damage at Beirut’s main grain silos, Save the Children said.

Wednesday 12 August 2020

يجب إعادة شمل الأطفال الذين أصيبوا بإنفجار بيروت مع عائلاتهم – جمعية إنقاذ الطفل

 

 

 

يجب إعادة شمل الأطفال الذين أصيبوا بإنفجار بيروت مع عائلاتهم – جمعية إنقاذ الطفل

 

 

 

Wednesday 12 August 2020

Children hit by Beirut blast must be reunited with relatives – Save the Children

 

 

Children hit by Beirut blast must be reunited with relatives – Save the Children

 

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