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17 June 2020

Jordan: NGOs make a proposal to the government on the protection of agriculture workers

The Anti Violence and Harassment in Workplace Coalition has expressed its concerns about the work conditions of agriculture workers as the majority belong to the most vulnerable groups such as migrant workers, refugees, women from marginalized...

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17 June 2020

Kenyan Govt. approving migrant worker contracts with poor labour standards, say recruitment agencies

Author: Martin Mwita, The Star (Kenya)

"State blamed for ignoring shoddy foreign employment contracts," 15 Jun 2020...

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17 June 2020

Pakistan intervenes on non-payment of wages to citizens in Qatar, alleges authorities stopped paying cos.

Author: Saima Shabbir, Arab News

"Pakistan takes up worker payment issues with Qatar," 13 Jun 2020...

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16 June 2020
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Author: Amnistía Internacional

“Qatar: Trabajadores migrantes que trabajan en el estadio de la Copa Mundial de la FIFA llevan meses sin cobrar” - 11 de junio de 2020...

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16 June 2020

Nepal: Supreme Court orders Gov't to use welfare fund to repatriate migrant workers in vulnerable conditions immediately

Author: Chandan Kumar Mandal and Sangam Prasin, The Kathmandu Post

"Supreme Court orders government to use welfare fund to repatriate Nepali workers stranded abroad", 17 June 2020...

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16 June 2020

UAE: Hundreds of employees of construction co. SECL allege wage delays & expired visas; co. did not respond

In June 2020, NGO Migrant Rights reported on a case of unpaid wages to hundreds of staff and workers at Sobha Engineering and Contracting LLC. Workers salaries were allegedly delayed from June 2018 with payment only every four or five months. ...

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16 June 2020

What are the avenues for corporate liability for COVID-19-related human rights abuses?

Author: Maysa Zorob & Andrea Hearon, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

The devastating human rights implications of the global COVID-19 pandemic have been thoroughly documented:Civil society has exposed the failure of many governments to protect their citizens and of many businesses to respect human rights in accordance...

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15 June 2020

Bahrain: 700 workers at Fundament SPC allegedly facing 8 months of unpaid wages; incl. co. response

In June 2020, Migrant Rights reported on the case of 700 workers owed up to 8 months of wages by construction company Fundament SPC. They continue to work on projects. In May, Migrant Rights reported that nearly 100 workers from Fundament protested...

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15 June 2020

Cambodia: Anti-human trafficking authorities arrest two suspects attempting to smuggle nearly 30 Cambodian migrant workers into Thailand

Author: Sotheary Pech, Khmer Times

"Police foil bid to smuggle migrants into Thailand", 12 June 2020...

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15 June 2020

Latin America: Pandemic impacts migrant workers' ability to send money back to their families; a key factor in many of the region's economies

Author: The Dialogue

"Covid-19 Impacts Migrant Vulnerabilities and Remittances to Latin America and the Caribbean", 12th June 2020...

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