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The conditions of migrant workers perceived as potential carriers of the new coronavirus in Kashmir

The conditions of migrant workers perceived as potential carriers of the new coronavirus in Kashmir

With the spread of the new coronavirus, COVID-19, in Jammu and Kashmir, many migrant workers stranded in the region are making a desperate appeal to the Indian government for food and transportation. Musharraf Shareef, a…

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Coronavirus pandemic puts millions of jobs in peril

Coronavirus pandemic puts millions of jobs in peril

With the maximum countries under lockdown in the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic crisis, the worst-hit are the workers who left their hometowns in remote villages and travelled to urban sectors in search for daily…

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UN steps up measures to protect migrants and refugees amid Coronavirus outbreak

UN steps up measures to protect migrants and refugees amid Coronavirus outbreak

In a major step taken to protect the migrant workers during Coronavirus outbreak across the world, four UN agencies have released a joint statement ensuring the safety of the migrants during the pandemic. The World…

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Qatar ambassador in Nepal and the endless Human trafficking scandals.

Qatar ambassador in Nepal and the endless Human trafficking scandals.

Diplomatic sources revealed that the Qatari ambassador in Nepal took millions of dollars from suspicious operations to recruit workers from Nepal and take them to Qatar, while Qatar is already surrounded by accusations of exploitation…

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Future Of Migrant Workers Unsure In Corona Virus Spread

Future Of Migrant Workers Unsure In Corona Virus Spread

The corona virus situation is making migrant workers extremely insecure about their future work prospects. This is particularly a trend in the middle eastern nations that employ migrant working force in huge numbers. After Saudi…

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Asian workers struggle under Qatar’s  crisis mismanagement

Asian workers struggle under Qatar’s crisis mismanagement

Wrong decisions and belated actions exacerbated the corona virus epidemic crisis, the Tamim bin Hamad’s government proved its failure to tackle the global catastrophe,and to the right issue directives for internal affairs in Qatar. Accelerated…

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Qatar World Cup: 34 migrant workers died as per reports, a contrast to human rights estimates

Qatar World Cup: 34 migrant workers died as per reports, a contrast to human rights estimates

Qatar has conceded that nine migrant workers died a year ago working on the football stadium for the upcoming 2022 Fifa World Cup, taking the total number of deaths to 34 in six years span,…

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World Cup in Qatar: leisure and entratainmemnt at the cost of human lives

World Cup in Qatar: leisure and entratainmemnt at the cost of human lives

While human rights organizations criticize the delay in implementing the labor system reform in Qatar, the World Cup organizing committee announced that 9 migrant workers working in the 2022 World Cup stadiums in qatar had…

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Qatari regime: endless violations of “a system without conscience”, British newspapers expose.

Qatari regime: endless violations of “a system without conscience”, British newspapers expose.

The Qatari regime continues its inhuman policies against expatriates, specifically the 2022 World Cup facilities’ workers. Despite many and repeated promises from the Tamim bin Hamad government to the international community confirming an efficient improvement…

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The US State Department: workers died in Qatar as a result of harsh working conditions.

The US State Department: workers died in Qatar as a result of harsh working conditions.

The US State Department said that the Qatar’s’ government has not taken sufficient measures to stop violations of its workers rights, and the death of workers in Qatar as a result of harsh working conditions…