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29 October 2019
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28 October 2019
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Author: Bernardo Mariani and Tang Xiaomin, Saferworld

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22 October 2019

UAE: Government continues to contract construction companies lacking worker welfare protections

Author: Areeb Ullah, Middle East Eye

"Migrant workers continue to face risks in Dubai, one year ahead of Expo 2020," 21 Oct 2019...

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21 October 2019

Role of business sector and its peacebuilding potential need to be redefined in Belt and Road Initiative, experts blog

Author: Bernardo Mariani and Tang Xiaomin, Saferworld

“‘Belt and Road 2.0’: engaging the business sector”, 16 October 2019...

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17 October 2019

KnowTheChain Investor Snapshot: Forced labour in the construction sector

Author: KnowTheChain

KnowTheChain's Investor snapshot on Forced Labor in the Construction Sector highlights why investors should be concerned about forced labour risks in the construction sector, what the sector is doing to address these risks, and what action investors...

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17 October 2019

Out now: KnowTheChain investor snapshot: Forced Labor in the Construction Sector

In response to the high risk of forced labor in construction, KnowTheChain has published guidance for investors which provides insight into the systemic forced labor risks in the sector. It sets out what industry and companies are doing so far to...

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17 October 2019

Saudi Arabia: 600 Indian workers stranded after company closure leaves them without compensation

Author: Mini Muringatheri, The Hindu Times (India)

"Stranded Indians seek help," 6 Oct 2019...

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16 October 2019

Bahrain: Report finds migrant workers continue to bear cost of salary non-payments, despite protections

Author: Migrant-rights

"Non-payment of wages: An issue on the rise for low-income migrant workers in Bahrain," 13 Oct 2019...

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16 October 2019

Qatar: Unexplained death of World Cup stadium worker one of hundreds dismissed as "natural" by authorities; FIFA responded

On 23 June Rupchandra Rumba, a Nepali labourer working on a football stadium for the World Cup 2022, died during his sleep. His death was attributed to "acute cardio respiratory failure due to natural cause[s]”; one of many such deaths recorded as ...

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15 October 2019

Cambodia: Three construction workers die after an elevator's malfunction in an under-construction 16-storey building

Author: Sovuthy Khy, Khmer Times

"Three construction workers killed after elevator mishap", 15 October 2019...

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