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10 June 2020

COVID-19 threatens the lives of Palestinian construction workers under the occupation

Author: Rafeef Ziadah & Riya AL'Sanah, Jacobinmag

"Palestinian Workers Are Bearing the Brunt of the Pandemic", 23rd of May 2020 ...

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10 June 2020

Emaar Properties did not respond

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10 June 2020

Saudi Arabia: 30 Indian petroleum workers on two month stint stranded during COVID-19 lockdown

Author: The Times of India

"30 stranded in Saudi Arabia seek Guj help," 4 Jun 2020...

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9 June 2020

Oman: Reforms to labour law allow migrants to switch employment and sponsorship more easily

Author: Migrant Rights

"Oman eases restrictions on sponsorship transfer," 8 Jun 2020...

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9 June 2020

UAE: Emaar Properties' Indian migrant workers say they are stranded in co. camp & beg for help to get home

In June 2020 we asked Emaar Properties to respond to a video shared by The Lede on Twitter which raised serious concerns about the welfare of Emaar Properties’ migrant workers. In the video Indian workers in Al Qouz Camp 2, who say they work for Emaar...

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8 June 2020

Asia & Europe: Strategic lawsuits are on the rise, causing breakdown of trust between rights defenders & business, but more alliances are needed

Author: Jennifer Hattam, Equal Times

"See you in court: a rise in legal attacks against rights defenders aims to silence corporate critics", June 8, 2020...

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8 June 2020
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Author: Adam Djibril, Manon Minaca et A.L., Guiti News

« Comment le confinement a compliqué la situation des travailleurs sans-papiers », 1er juin 2020....

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8 June 2020

Impacts of COVID-19 on supply chain workers in the electronics sector

Electronics factory in Shenzhen - photo credit: Steve Jurvetson COVID-19 poses risks to workers in global supply chains, including those in the electronics sector, and in particular workers in vulnerable conditions such as migrant workers. Such risks ...

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8 June 2020

Oman: Stranded Muscat Bakery workers allege unpaid salaries & face expired visa fines; co. response provided

In May 2020, the Lede reported on the large number of workers stranded in the Gulf on expired visas. These workers face overstaying fines after their employers refuse to renew visas or they are unable to pay the cost of renewing visas themselves....

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8 June 2020

So. Africa: Exponential rise of Covid-19 cases in mines raise fears sector could become the pandemic epicentre

Author: City Press - News24

"The mining industry is becoming SA’s new Covid-19 epicentre"...

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