Advocacy

Tuesday 18 November 2014

Carrying Bricks instead of School Books: Hassan's Story

14 year old Hassan left Syria nine years ago and moved to Lebanon with his family. When the crisis erupted in Syria, Hassan’s dad lost his job as a construction worker because employers preferred to hire younger and cheaper refugee workers who had come to Lebanon. Hassan’s family couldn’t afford to send him and his brother to school anymore, so he decided to work instead.

The following film was made by Hassan

Tuesday 18 November 2014

Carrying Bricks instead of School Books: Miled's Story

Miled is a 12 year old boy who had to quit school after his father got sick. He began working at a car garage to support his family, enduring physical and emotional abuse for two years.

The following film was made by Miled

Tuesday 19 August 2014

The World Needs More Humanitarian Heroes

Save the Children Lebanon celebrates the service of its humanitarian workers

Tuesday 5 August 2014

“Don’t I have a right to play?”

Syrian children become their own advocates on World Refugee Day

Thursday 31 July 2014

“I wish the world would hear us"

Syrian children pen poems and stage puppet show to highlight their experiences on World Refugee Day

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