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1 April 2020
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Autor/in: Human Rights Watch

The United States government’s US$2 trillion economic package passed in response to COVID-19 contains important protections but will leave many low-income people unable to afford life necessities... “The CARES Act is an important step, but not enough...

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1 April 2020
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Autor/in: Anuradha Nagaraj, Thomson Reuters Foundation

"Coronavirus threatens Indian garment workers stranded in factory housing", 30 March 2020...

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1 April 2020
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Rubber glove manufacturers in Malaysia - the world's biggest producer of medical gloves - are reporting a surge in orders from Europe and the US as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, including firms previously linked to exploitation of migrant workers...

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1 April 2020
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On 31 March 2020, a coalition of civil society organisations and trade unions, including the Business & Human Rights Resource Centre, sent a letter to the Qatar government, urging them to take actions to take preventative steps to protect migrant...

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31 March 2020
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In Lebanon and Tunisia, several reports pointed at the role played by women workers in light of the sanitary crisis ....

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30 March 2020
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30 March 2020
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Autor/in: Raji Unnikrishnan, GDN Online (Bahrain)

"New safety rules for labour camps," 30 Mar 2020...

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30 March 2020
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Autor/in: Radio Free Asia

"Unemployed Southeast Asian Migrants in Thailand Struggle as COVID-19 Shuts Down Economy", 25 March 2020...

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30 March 2020
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Autor/in: European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights

"Fundamental rights implications: COVID-19 pandemic", 27 March 2020...

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30 March 2020
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Snapshot: In December 2016, two trade union organizations, and a Bangladeshi worker filed a lawsuit in Switzerland against FIFA. They allege FIFA’s complicity in the alleged abuse of migrant workers in Qatar. In January 2017, the Swiss courts dismisse...

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