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    Labour rights
    Global Labour Rights face pertinent danger as Coronavirus pandemic looms further setback

    Global Labour Rights face pertinent danger as Coronavirus pandemic looms further setback

    The continued coronavirus pandemic has affected world in an unprecedented manner, affecting labour rights internationally. As various nations deny workers the freedom to strike, protest, form a union and demand for their rights with better…

    Labour rights
    Changes to labour laws will lead to anarchy in India labour market

    Changes to labour laws will lead to anarchy in India labour market

    In India, the near-complete suspension of labour laws in Uttar Pradesh (UP) and the selective but crucial denials of labour rights in Madhya Pradesh(MP) will lead to anarchy in the labour market, NOGs warned during…

    Migrant workers
    COVID-19 continues to spread exponentially between migrant workers in Qatari labour camps

    COVID-19 continues to spread exponentially between migrant workers in Qatari labour camps

    Doha recorded 1,716 COVID-19 new cases and 4 new deaths. According to Worldometer, the total cases in Qatar from the beginning of the pandemic are 73,595, 66 the deaths, while 49,413 patients recovered. Qatar is…

    Embassies
    Nepali embassy rescues migrant worker in UK

    Nepali embassy rescues migrant worker in UK

    Amid the rising cases of Coronavirus infection, the worries of migrant workers are also increasing with each passing day. Recently, the Nepali Embassy in the United Kingdom rescued a migrant worker who was forcibly thrown…

    Work life balance
    Headline Working From Home During Pandemic – How To Manage Time

    Headline Working From Home During Pandemic – How To Manage Time

    Sitting at your work desk at home but thinking about the piling laundry sitting to be folded or the lunch yet to be cooked! This is, quite amusingly, a common story among working professionals at…

    Human rights
    Prison System Needs To Be Released Of The Overload During Pandemic Crisis

    Prison System Needs To Be Released Of The Overload During Pandemic Crisis

    Governments and prison systems across the globe are facing backlash on accord of the overload of prisons and the poor conditions for inmates. As the Corona virus outbreak escalated across nations, the social and human…

    Migrant workers
    Qatar reserves inhuman treatment to migrant workers during COVID-19, hundreds of Nepalese expelled and detained

    Qatar reserves inhuman treatment to migrant workers during COVID-19, hundreds of Nepalese expelled and detained

    Last month Qatar deported hundreds of Nepali workers, most of them building infrastructure for the 2022 FIFA World Cup, under the pretext of testing them for the coronavirus, raising new fears about the fate of…

    Human rights
    94% of COVID-19 cases in Qatar are foreigners, daily stats show

    94% of COVID-19 cases in Qatar are foreigners, daily stats show

    Qatar has made promising commitments to support migrant workers during this unprecedented crisis, including earmarking funds to cover quarantined migrant workers’ wages, and setting up a hotline for grievances. But these promises have never been…

    Migrant workers
    Civil society asks Tunisia to release immigration detainees amid COVID-19 pandemic

    Civil society asks Tunisia to release immigration detainees amid COVID-19 pandemic

    Several Tunisian organizations, along with Amnesty International, denounced on Friday the detention of several dozen migrants in the Center of El Ouardia (Al Wardia), in Tunisia, officially known as a hosting and orientation center. The…

    Migrant workers
    Singapore hasn’t minimized testing migrant workers in dormitories, says Gan Kim Yong

    Singapore hasn’t minimized testing migrant workers in dormitories, says Gan Kim Yong

    Many health experts have lately criticized the Singapore government for decreasing the number of tests done on migrant laborers lessened in the dormitory. However, Gan Kim Yong reassured on 27 April that the testing capacity…