Entries by Sabine Zaraket
Vaccine Mandates v Individual Liberties | Lebanon Law Review

Vaccine Mandates v Individual Liberties

Legal study on the dichotomy between public health and personal autonomy. The advent of the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the lives of many worldwide, and ended many others. This has caused pharmaceutical companies to rush and produce vaccines, which were then endorsed by governments worldwide. There exists today a political and legal discussion on this […]

The Kafala System: A Story of Modern Slavery

The worst part? It’s completely legal. The Kafala system is an unjust system that holds in its grip upwards of 250,000 migrant domestic workers in Lebanon, rendering them powerless to defend themselves against their employer and reducing their state to the extremes of a modern form of slavery. International and local non-governmental organizations demand to […]