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Australia plans to announce New agriculture visa, opening doors to permanent residency

Australia plans to announce New agriculture visa, opening doors to permanent residency

The Australian federal government plans to announce a new agriculture visa to fill a COVID-initiated work deficiency across the fisheries, agriculture and forestry sectors.  It is vague at this stage, which nations will pursue the…

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Proposals to pave way for offshore centres for asylum seekers in UK up for revelation by Priti Patel

Proposals to pave way for offshore centres for asylum seekers in UK up for revelation by Priti Patel

 Home Department under Home Secretary Priti Patel is all set to raise curtain for an array of new laws that would pave way for offshore centres for asylum seekers and also criminal charges for migrants…

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Migrant seafood workers at risk due Covid-19 pandemic, companies remain ignorant to their lives

Migrant seafood workers at risk due Covid-19 pandemic, companies remain ignorant to their lives

At a time when the world is under threat of coronavirus, many of the private facilities are still choosing to avoid the importance of taking care of their employees and giving them as much resources…

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Biden administration extends help for vulnerable migrants at Mexico border

Biden administration extends help for vulnerable migrants at Mexico border

Under the administration of the current president of the United States, Joe Biden, the government has taken steps towards inviting the most vulnerable sections of the migrants along the US-Mexico border. The officials will confirm…

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Channel Rescue volunteers patrol Kent coast to facilitate safe entry of migrants

Channel Rescue volunteers patrol Kent coast to facilitate safe entry of migrants

Last summer, a group of volunteers in England’s Kent formed an organisation called ‘Channel Rescue’. The key motive of the organisation was to ensure safe entry of the migrant, who risk there lives in search…

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Canada: Migrant workers need Covid-19 testing and vaccine as agriculture season approaches

Canada: Migrant workers need Covid-19 testing and vaccine as agriculture season approaches

Migrant laborers in Canada have endured enormously during the coronavirus pandemic. Every year, about 85,000 low-wage migrant workers arrive in Canada under the Temporary Foreign Worker Program. During the first coronavirus wave in 2020, around…

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South Korea bans vinyl greenhouses following the demise of Cambodian worker

South Korea bans vinyl greenhouses following the demise of Cambodian worker

Following the demise of a Cambodian migrant worker, pressure has been mounting on the South Korean government to undertake serious steps towards improving the living conditions of migrant workers. As per the reports, the worker,…

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Australian Federal Government new laws could mean big changes for casual workers rights

Australian Federal Government new laws could mean big changes for casual workers rights

The Australian Federal Government will present its eagerly awaited revamp of industrial relations laws motivated by the outbreak of the covid-19 pandemic.  Businesses would have the option to offer extra hours to part-time workers without…

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As farmers protest in India surges, it’s becoming a bigger challenge for the Modi Government

As farmers protest in India surges, it’s becoming a bigger challenge for the Modi Government

The new farm bills have left farmers in India under a huge dilemma. Farmers particularly in Haryana and Punjab are skeptical of what the markets will offer and how the private companies will treat them.…

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YouTube and Facebook censoring human rights activists in Vietnam, says Amnesty report

YouTube and Facebook censoring human rights activists in Vietnam, says Amnesty report

YouTube and Facebook have carefully controlled and censored human rights activists in Vietnam, as per a recent Amnesty International report.  Amnesty cautioned that even though they were at one time the biggest hope for the…

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