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Migrant Workers' Rights in Lebanon: The Need for a New Mentality
Megan McKee, University of Pittsburgh School of Law Class of 2012, worked as a legal researcher for the Centre for International Sustainable Development Law and is currently working in Lebanon. She writes about the need for greater rights for migrant (More)
CANADA: Corporate Accountability for the Extractive Industry
Megan McKee, Pitt Law '12, is currently an intern with Montreal's Social Justice Committee (SJC). She writes about the SJC's advocacy for corporate accountability in the extractive industries...In May I began working for the Social Justice Committe (More)
LEBANON: Women's Citizenship and Nationality Rights
Megan McKee, Pitt Law '12, takes a personal perspective on citizenship and women's rights in Lebanon...Sara Burhan Abdullah's recent JURIST Dateline article on women's rights and citizenship in Iraq reminded me of a similar predicamen (More)