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3 July 2018

Building Responsibly Announces Worker Welfare Principles

Building Responsibly...has developed a set of Worker Welfare Principles that establish a common, global baseline for the treatment of workers in the engineering and construction industry. [They] were developed in consultation with a diverse set of...

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Report
11 June 2018

Report: How to promote responsible labour recruitment in the Gulf construction sector

Author: Mustafa Qadri, Institute for Human Rights and Business, Equidem; Nikhil Eapen, Equidem

"Responsible Recruitment: Addressing Gaps in Protections for Migrant Workers", June 2018...

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Article
31 December 2017

UAE: 24 construction companies awarded for labour welfare practices

Author: Sherouk Zakaria, Khaleej Times (UAE)

"Best labour welfare practices honoured at Taqdeer Awards", 19 December 2017...

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Story
6 March 2017

Coalition of construction & engineering companies, "Building Responsibly", advances agenda to protect workers' rights in the industry

In February 2017, six major engineering and construction companies - Bechtel, CH2M (now Jacobs), Flour, Multiplex, Vinci and Wood - formed an industry-led coalition called "Building Responsibly" aimed at promoting workers' rights and welfare. In June...

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Article
12 December 2016

Australia: Construction industry is increasingly gender-segregated, report finds

Author: Fiona Smith, Guardian (UK)

"Construction industry becoming increasingly gender-segregated, report finds", 12 Dec 2016...

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Article
6 December 2016

Construction industry failing to tackle abuse of migrant workers in the Gulf, claims report

Author: Gordon Miller, Building4Change

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre (BHRRC) invited 100 construction companies operating in Qatar and the UAE for a response on the measures they are taking to stop exploitation of migrant workers. Only 22 responded...The analysed company...

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7 June 2016

New interactive platform tracks construction companies’ action on migrant worker rights in the Gulf

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