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Migrants in Lebanon seek to break stereotypes with new radio show
by Heba Kanso
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18 July 2018
On 18 July 2018 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
... Lebanon's first radio show to be hosted and produced by migrants from countries such as Sudan, Ethiopia, Somalia, and the Philippines ... [aims] to give Lebanese people a greater understanding about where migrants come from to create the tolerance and respect that local migrant rights groups say is lacking. ... a series airing on Voice of Lebanon, a popular independent radio station, [features] migrants talking about their own food and culture as well as the issues they face in Lebanon. The show -- whose name 'Msh gharib' means 'not foreign' in Arabic -- has been in the works since 2017.
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The International Organization for Migration (IOM) said projects like the Lebanese radio program could be used across the region to change attitudes toward migrants.
'This radio show is a brilliant example to be replicated across the region, and to bring attention to stories 'by migrants', ' said spokeswoman Farah Sater Ferraton.
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