Over the decades Lebanon has been well used to playing host and has received many waves of refugees from the surrounding region. In this webinar we will explore how, even before the current crisis, the mass arrival of people have a disproportionate effect on the vulnerable and poor of the host country. In the context of today, with the absence of effective state leadership and solutions to the economic crisis, the number of Lebanese who are poor and vulnerable is much larger than it has been in the past – so we will examine the support needed and on who it must be focussed.You can register to attend this session here.
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