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UN expresses dismay at human rights violations in Belarus of Europe

UN expresses dismay at human rights violations in Belarus of Europe

Belarus of Europe continues to face its largest human rights crisis in modern history. About 35,000 people have been subjected to detention in degrading conditions. A total of 674 people are recognized as political prisoners,…

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Migrant workers of Singapore to still live under perpetual state of lockdown

Migrant workers of Singapore to still live under perpetual state of lockdown

Only 60 people in Singapore have died from COVID-19 since the pandemic first emerged, and 82 percent of its population is now fully vaccinated against the disease. However, to be cautious, Singapore Government has still…

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Cambodians risk their lives for money as they illegally enter Thailand

Cambodians risk their lives for money as they illegally enter Thailand

Cambodians are facing a crisis at home when it comes to financial matters as the country is unable to ensure employment or day jobs to the workers. This has made these workers seek work in…

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Cost Complaints In Migrant Workers In Singapore To Get New Dorms

Cost Complaints In Migrant Workers In Singapore To Get New Dorms

After almost one year of planning and contemplation, the newly build dorms in Singapore for migrant workers is leading to worries about escalating costs. The issue has been raised by dormitory operators. One example is…

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COVID-19: Cambodian labor in a mess

COVID-19: Cambodian labor in a mess

The COVID-19 pandemic has plunged the life of labor migrants in Southeast Asia deep into chaos. Labor-exporting countries, like Cambodia, have seen a hefty drop in remittances sent by migrant workers. The lives of labor…

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These migrant workers prove that music helps tackle even the worst of crisis

These migrant workers prove that music helps tackle even the worst of crisis

There is a common tendency to associate music with luxury or a playful atmosphere, but for some it has become their way and hope for survival. These migrants in Leamington are a perfect example of…

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Covid-19 surveillance adds to conditional return of migrant workers to Thailand

Covid-19 surveillance adds to conditional return of migrant workers to Thailand

 Labor Ministry of Thailand has given green flag to businesses to bring back the migrant workers, but there is a cost associated in relation to the surveillance around Covid-19. A MoU (Memorandum of Understanding) has…

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Mitsotakis Determined To Crack Down On Migrant Trafficking

Mitsotakis Determined To Crack Down On Migrant Trafficking

The Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis, has taken it on, on himself to bust the racket of illegal migrant trafficking that has become a human rights nightmare. Migrants are lured into moving across the borders…

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Australia’s new cost-cutting measures will impact migrant women and children

Australia’s new cost-cutting measures will impact migrant women and children

The new cost-cutting measures introduced by Australia’s federal government will badly impact migrant women and their families. It will affect around 13,200 future migrants and their families, including carers and parents. The Morrison government has…

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Implementation of Labor Laws in Karachi

Implementation of Labor Laws in Karachi

Looking at the unfortunate situation in Karachi, the safety conditions in factories are still worst in the country. Even after Ali Enterprises factory tragedy, there has been no major role by the government to implement…

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