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Governments & companies offer assistance as Saudi Oger fails to pay wages and leaves migrant construction workers stranded

Several governments and companies have come forward to assist nationals employed by the construction firm Saudi Oger following reports of thousands of workers left stranded without pay or access to basic living supplies in Saudi Arabia.

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre has gathered reports detailing the events and responses by government and the private sector, plus analyses of the situation by civil society and the business sector.

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre has gathered reports detailing the events and responses by government and the private sector, plus analyses of the situation by civil society and the business sector.

 

 Agitated Saudi Oger employees try to disrupt traffic at a Jeddah intersection. Photo credit: Arab News

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