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13 June 2019
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Autor/in: 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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13 June 2019
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Autor/in: Savi Khorn, The Phnom Penh Post

"Cambodian embassy in Bangkok to help migrants", 13 June 2019...

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Story
12 June 2019
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A study from the organisation of the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC–Africa), the umbrella body of all Trade Unions in Africa, found workers had experienced a range of abuses including unscrupulous recruitment agencies and fees, a lack of...

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Artikel
12 June 2019
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Autor/in: Vida Taing, Khmer Times

"Malaysia pledges to protect migrants", 12 June 2019...

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Artikel
11 June 2019
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Autor/in: Jack Ball, Construction Week Online

"Midday work break 2019 to begin in Saudi Arabia on 15 June," 10 Jun 2019...

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Story
11 June 2019
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An undercover investigation on labour conditions in Qatar has, for the first time, prompted FIFA to admit violations of worker standards on World Cup projects. A Deutsche Welle report on the investigation says that “FIFA have promised to investigate...

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Artikel
7 June 2019
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"Nepal to ink labour pacts with UAE, Mauritius during PM Oli's Geneva visit", 5 Jun 2019...

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Bericht
6 June 2019
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Autor/in: Verité

"Thailand Bound: An Exploration of Labor Migration Infrastructures in Cambodia, Myanmar, and Lao PDR", May 2019...

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Artikel
5 June 2019
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Autor/in: Matt Slater, The Independent

The chairman of Qatar 2022’s organising committee has admitted the “high number” of deaths recorded by the latest workers’ welfare report are a “tragedy” but insists the Gulf state is making progress... there is an alarming section on “non-work-related...

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Artikel
4 June 2019
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