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26 June 2019

UAE: Abu Dhabi crackdown on lax health & safety results in fines for construction sector

Author: Ismail Sebugwaawo, Khaleej Times

"8 Abu Dhabi construction firms fined for flouting crane safety rules", 24 Jun 2019...

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26 June 2019

UAE: Repatriated Indian workers stranded for 11 months allege abuses including delayed wages and torture

10 migrant workers from Odisha, India are returning home after being stranded in Dubai for 11 months. The workers had travelled to Dubai as carpenters and painters but found themselves stranded without the pay they had been promised. They allege a...

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25 June 2019

FRA report calls for more action to protect migrant workers from labour exploitation in the EU

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25 June 2019

Jordan: Facebook provides platform for domestic workers recruitment agencies allegedly linked to modern slavery

Every week, ads aired on the radio in Jordan offer “one-month trial” periods and “cash on delivery” options for employers who want to hire migrant domestic workers. Online ads via social media such as Facebook also boast offers like "Delivery in 30...

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24 June 2019

African countries need an integrated approach to end child labour incl. in plantations, says activist

Author: Muhammad Al-Amin, Deutsche Welle (Germany)

‘A ban on child labor in Africa is not enough’...

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24 June 2019

Malaysia: Labour group works with brands to address forced labour found in garment factory investigations

Author: Steven Greenhouse, The Guardian

"NGO's softly-softly tactics tackle labor abuses at Malaysia factories", 22 June 2019...

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24 June 2019

NGO to support former mine workers from Botswana who suffered health complications working in So. African mining companies

Author: APA News

‘Botswana NGO mobilises ex-miners against S/Africa companies’ 13 June 2019...

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21 June 2019

UAE: Cases of migrants repatriated after two years stranded offshore highlights country's reputation as hotspot for ship abandonment, incl. co. comments

For 18 months, the 10-person crew of the Azraqmoiah had been stranded six nautical miles from the Ajman coast with little supplies, fuel, food, wages or means of communication after their initial eight month contract with the ship's owner, Elite Way...

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17 June 2019
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Author: El Tiempo (Colombia)

“Salario de venezolanos migrantes es 34,9 % menor que el de colombianos” – 17 de junio de 2019...

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13 June 2019

Bahrain: Launch of Wage Protection System delayed for third time

Author: Migrant Rights

Bahrain now expects to implement the Wage Protection System (WPS) in September 2019. The WPS mandates employers to pay wages via bank transfer and will alert the government of delayed or non-payment of wages. Bahrain had previously planned to launch...

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