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Migrant Workers in Qatar and the UAE

How are construction companies and hotel brands impacting the rights of migrant workers in Qatar and the UAE? We track company operations, survey their human rights performance, and empower advocates in civil society and business to address labour exploitation.

Get the Data

From company surveys to contract awards, a lot of data sits behind each and every Resource Centre project. We make all of this information on companies involved easily discoverable to encourage further transparency and enable you to advocate for better standards.

As Dubai prepares for the EXPO, how are workers in the UAE impacted by labour abuse?

On 1 October the Dubai EXPO, a six-month international fair which expects to welcome 25 million visitors, will open in the United Arab Emirates. Our data shows migrant workers across the country continue to suffer severe and frequent labour abuse.

Wake-up Call: Exploitative recruitment risk to migrant workers in Qatar's World Cup hotels

What are multinational hotel brands doing to protect their migrant workers? Read our latest briefing

Briefing: COVID-19 & Risks to Migrant Workers in Qatar & the UAE

Migrant workers are particularly vulnerable to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.