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11 November 2019

East Africa: Little optimism that newly introduced regulation of recruitment agencies will reduce human trafficking to the Gulf region

Author: Jillian Keenan & Njeri Rugene, Bhekisisa (South Africa)

"‘They see us as slaves’: Domestic helpers head for the Gulf despite their fears of sexual abuse"...

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10 November 2019
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Author: William Nee, 国际特赦组职

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7 November 2019

Cambodia: PM calls on ASEAN and China to cooperate in the fight against human trafficking and other cross-border crimes

Author: Sokhean Ben, Khmer Times

"Hun Sen calls on Asean, China to combat cross-border crimes", 7 November 2019...

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Article
6 November 2019

China should take action against human rights abuses for Belt and Road projects, analyst says

Author: William Nee, Amnesty International

“Time for China to take action against human rights abuses on its Belt and Road projects”, 3 November 2019...

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6 November 2019
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Author: RFI

« Cacao ivoirien: la menace d'un embargo américain », 3 novembre 2019...

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Article
4 November 2019

Failure to hold businesses accountable for labour abuses provides 'breeding ground' for worse forms of modern slavery, UN special rapporteur warns

Author: Rosa Furneaux, Thomson Reuters Foundation

"Interview: Failure to tackle worker abuse breeds modern slavery, U.N. expert warns", 1 November 2019...

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4 November 2019

Kenyan teachers allege poor working conditions & sexual harassment in Somalia's Elm Schools; includes school's comments

Author: Beatrice Kangai, Daily Nation (Kenya)

"Kenyan teachers allege exploitation in Somaliland", 28 October 2019...

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4 November 2019

Kuwait: Domestic workers traded on Facebook, Google and Apple-owned apps; includes company comments

Author: Owen Pinnell & Jess Kelly, BBC

"Slave markets found on Instagram and other apps," 31 Oct 2019...

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Company non-response
4 November 2019

Marphie International Recruitment Agency did not respond

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Story
4 November 2019

Ugandan woman allegedly recruited by Marphie International Recruitment Agency physically abused during employment in Saudi Arabia; company did not respond

A Ugandan woman who was allegedly recuited by Marphie International Recruitment Agency to work as a housemaid is nursing life-threatening injuries sustained during the time of her employment in Saudi Arabia. The Business and Human Rights Resource...

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