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19 April 2018
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Autor/in: Sophie Cousins, The Guardian

"Recruiters order Sri Lankan women to take birth control before working in Gulf", 6 April 2018...

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13 April 2018
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Autor/in: World Maritime News

"India Blacklists Two UAE Companies for Abandoning Seafarers" 30 Mar 2018...

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3 April 2018
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In February 2018, the Polish newspapers Rzeczpospolita[1] and Parkiet[2] published a 32-page supplement on Business and Human Rights (BHR) under the title:  "Business and Human Rights. Responsibility, benefits, ethics". The publication is also...

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Artikel
27 March 2018
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Autor/in: Abdulla Rasheed, Gulf News

"UAE-India integrated hiring system soon to prevent fraud", 21 March 2018...

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17 March 2018
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Autor/in: Anthony Harwood, Global Construction Review

By the end of March more than 5,500 people from across South Asia, a third of the workforce, will be reimbursed money they paid to middlemen who hired them to work in [Qatar]. The Doha government is negotiating with its contractors in the hope that the...

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20 February 2018
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Autor/in: ABC News online

"Woolworths contractors underpaying cleaners in 'serious exploitation' across Tasmania, inquiry finds", 14 February 2018...

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3 January 2018
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In December 2017, Amnesty International conducted a survey of 414 Nepali migrant workers. The results revealed that 88% reported that they paid fees to recruitment agents for their jobs overseas. Most workers also had to take out high-interest loans to...

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2 January 2018
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Autor/in: Arabian Business

"Saudi recruitment agents charging 'twice as much as prices advertised'", 2 January 2017...

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20 November 2017
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A report by Human Rights Watch on the abuse suffered by Tanzanian domestic workers in Oman & UAE says employment agencies are complicit in the workers' exploitation, including physical and sexual abuse, and excessing working conditions. It calls on...

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7 November 2017
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Autor/in: Roli Srivastava, Thomson Reuters Foundation

Death brings home the reality of Indian workers' life in Gulf, 30 Oct 2017...

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