Anti-Racism Movement

Last modified: 
24/04/2020 - 1:51pm

Anti-Racism Movement (ARM) is a local NGO established in 2011 by a group of local activists who work together with migrant workers to secure social, economic, and gender justice for all migrant workers and racialized groups in Lebanon. We work for a just society where all migrants enjoy decent living and working conditions. ARM currently runs five cross-cutting programs that focus on community-building, capacity-building, advocacy, casework, and research.

Acronym: 
ARM
Organisation Type: 
Local Civil Society Organisation
Founding Year: 
2011
Country of Origin: 
LB
Intervention Sector(s): 
Advocacy & Awareness
Communications & Media
Human Rights & Protection
Labor & Livelihoods
Migrant Workers
Contact person's position: 
Executive Director
Contact person's email: 
Contact person's phone number: 
N/A
Address: 
7th floor
Hamra, Sadat Street Same building as Edison Roastery
Beirut , Beirut
Lebanon
Phone: +9611788025
Beirut LB
City: 
Beirut
Street: 
Hamra, Sadat Street
Additional: 
Same building as Edison Roastery
Phone: 
+9611788025
Contact person's name: 
Farah Salka
Partnerships: 
N/A

Calls

Call

Anti-Racism Movement (ARM) is a non-governmental organization working to dismantle systemic racism and achieve social, economic, and gender justice for migrant workers and racialized groups in Lebanon since 2011. Migrant Community Center (MCC) is a safer space for migrants living under Kafala. MCC works with migrant domestic workers to improve their living and working conditions and build their capacities to self-advocate for their rights as agents and leaders of change. Its programs include community-building, capacity-building, psychosocial wellbeing, community-led initiatives, and advocacy.

Friday, 26 July 2024
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Call

Anti-Racism Movement (ARM) is a non-governmental organization working to dismantle systemic racism and achieve social, economic, and gender justice for migrant workers and racialized groups in Lebanon since 2011. Migrant Community Center (MCC) is a safer space for migrants living under Kafala. MCC works with migrant domestic workers to improve their living and working conditions and build their capacities to self-advocate for their rights as agents and leaders of change. Its programs include community-building, capacity-building, psychosocial wellbeing, community-led initiatives, and advocacy.

Thursday, 13 June 2024
Expired

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Events

Event

Anti Racism Movement will be hosting an info session on discrimination and racism among children at schools and in other circles.

Monday, 5 August 2013 - 3:00am
Event

The Lebanese Center for Human Rights and the Anti-Racism Movement are pleased to invite you to a press conference entitled:

Friday, 21 June 2013 - 3:00am

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Jobs

Job

ARM works to achieve social, economic, and gender justice for all migrant workers and racialized groups in Lebanon. Our theory of change is rooted in working with women, migrant domestic workers, and other racialized groups in Lebanon to build a movement against the systems that exploit them. Our aim is to build social justice systems that respect workers’ rights and freedoms with no exceptions. We believe this political change is possible through building strong and supportive communities for migrant workers against an environment that often only treats them as cheap labor or “beneficiaries”

Monday, 25 March 2024
Expired
Job

ARM works to achieve social, economic, and gender justice for all migrant workers and racialized groups in Lebanon. Our theory of change is rooted in working with women, migrant domestic workers, and other racialized groups in Lebanon to build a movement against the systems that exploit them. Our aim is to build social justice systems that respect workers’ rights and freedoms with no exceptions. We believe this political change is possible through building strong and supportive communities for migrant workers against an environment that often only treats them as cheap labor or “beneficiaries”

Monday, 12 February 2024
Expired

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