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29 April 2020

China's Belt and Road Initiative disrupted by supply chain ruptures and travel restrictions imposed on workers, expert say

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29 April 2020
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Author: Harry Pearl, 南华早报

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28 April 2020

UAE: Report alleges Accor workers pushed further into recruitment debt as hotel work dries up; incl. co. response

In April 2020, The Guardian reported on the case of two migrant workers who were working at Accor managed hotels in the United Arab Emirates. The workers stated that the company is holding their last month of pay while they face uncertainty during the...

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25 April 2020

South Asia: Migrant workers in the Gulf stranded with no resources, assistance to return home

Author: Safoora, Siasat Daily

"Sick, stranded and broke: Crisis hits Gulf’s migrant workers", 26 April 2020...

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23 April 2020

Sri Lanka: Tea pickers not exempt from work amid lockdown; struggle as accommodation is overcrowded and unsanitary

Author: Yasmin Gunaratnam, The Guardian

"Soap and solace scarce as Sri Lanka's tea pickers toil on amid lockdown", 24 April 2020...

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16 April 2020

Wages, social security, migration & healthcare are key concerns in garment supply chains amid COVID-19 crisis, says AFWA

Author: Asia Floor Wage Alliance

"The Emperor Has No Clothes: Garment Supply Chain in the Time of Pandemic", 9 April 2020...

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15 April 2020

UAE: 800 workers allegedly recruited or employed by Sea Bird Supermarket stranded in Dubai; co. did not respond

In March 2020, NGO Migrant Rights alleged a case of labour abuse and fraud against around 800 workers employed or recruited by Sea Bird Supermarket in Dubai, UAE. 800 workers, including 60 women are reportedly stranded in Dubai. Some of the workers...

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8 April 2020

South Asia: IDSN calls for Dalit & other vulnerable supply chain workers to be protected from fallout of Covid-19

“Vulnerable workers in supply chain need urgent protection to survive impact of Covid-19”, 03 April 2020...

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2 April 2020

South Asia: IDSN issues statement urging protection of vulnerable workers in supply chains, including Dalits, amid COVID-19 economic fallout

Author: International Dalit Solidarity Network (IDSN)

"Vulnerable workers in supply chains need urgent protection to survive impact of Covid-19", 3 April 2020...

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24 March 2020

CSOs call on govt's, brands & suppliers to urgently mitigate health & economic impacts on 60 million garment workers bearing brunt of COVID-19 crisis

Since the outbreak of COVID-19, millions of garment workers in fashion supply chains have borne the brunt of the impacts of the crisis. Garment factories in producing countries have reduced or ceased altogether operations as a result of raw materials...

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