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18 March 2020

Migrant Rights reports health impacts of low-skilled work on Gulf migrants, issues recommendations

Author: Migrant Rights

"Op-ed: The precarious health situation of migrant workers in the Gulf," 24 Feb 2020...

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18 March 2020

NGO issues recommendations to business to protect Gulf migrant workers during Covid-19 outbreak

Author: Migrant Rights

"Covid-19: GCC states must take careful steps to protect migrant workers," 15 Mar 2020...

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16 March 2020

Saudi Arabia: Saudi Specialist Construction employees stranded with no wages or visas

In March 2020, the Ahmedabad Mirror reported on a case of over 60 migrant workers from India, Bangladesh, Pakistan and Sri Lanka who were stranded in Saudi Arabia having been "deserted" by their employer, Saudi Specialist Construction Ltd. (registered...

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Company non-response
16 March 2020

Saudi Specialist Construction did not respond to allegations that it failed to pay migrant workers

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Article
12 March 2020

Saudi Aramco accused of racism over images of migrant worker serving as a "human hand sanitiser"

Author: Aljazeera

"Saudi Aramco slammed over migrant worker dressed as sanitiser", 11 Mar 2020 Oil giant Saudi Aramco has come under fire after photos showing one of its migrant workers wearing a surgical mask and a large hand-sanitiser dispenser went viral on social m...

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Article
19 February 2020

Nepali migrant workers in MENA report lax safety measures causing serious workplace injuries, 21 Nepalis currently in comas

Author: Himalayan Times (Nepal)

"21 Nepali workers lying in coma abroad," 19 Feb 2020...

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Article
12 February 2020

By hosting a grand prix in Saudi Arabia, F1 has "ignored" its human rights commitment, say HRW

Author: Giles Richards, The Guardian (UK)

"F1 risks sportswashing boost with Saudi Arabia GP, says human rights group," 10 Feb 2020...

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Story
10 February 2020

UK Govt. hosts NSO Group at closed trade show following allegations of spyware technology being used to target human rights activists

The UK Home Office announced on 6 February 2020 that NSO Group would be one of 300 firms invited to exhibit their products at the three-day, closed trade show. This is following allegations against NSO Group that its technology was used to target human...

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Article
31 January 2020

Saudi Arabia: 100 Pakistanis among 1,000 stranded after private company defaults on salaries

Author: Associated Press of Pakistan

"CWA in Riyadh asked to facilitate Pakistanis stranded in Tabuk," 8 Jan 2020...

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Story
13 January 2020

International coalition urges Amaury Sport Organisation to adopt human rights policy ahead of Saudi-hosted Dakar Rally

Ahead of the 2020 Dakar Rally, hosted in Saudi Arabia 5-17 January, a coalition of 13 international human rights organisations wrote jointly to organiser Amaury Sport Organisation (ASO) urging them to speak out about human rights abuses in the host...

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