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Singapore gradually ease restrictions on migrant workers

Singapore gradually ease restrictions on migrant workers

Migrant workers in dormitories in Singapore can now use shared cuisine facilities to prepare their food on vacation days, on top of receiving regular meals provided by their employers on workdays. They can also use…

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Increased stress levels among remote workers

Increased stress levels among remote workers

A new report published by “Unify Square” highlights breaks in stress levels among workers at different job positions and activities, and how elevated adoption of collaboration and UC employment has impacted the completion of internal…

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Race to avoid Lisa Montgomery execution in the U.S.

Race to avoid Lisa Montgomery execution in the U.S.

Human rights defenders across the globe are expressing serious concern after the United States Government rescheduled the execution of Lisa Montgomery for January 12, 2021, just days before new President Joe Biden, an antagonist of…

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Inhuman conditions of migrant workers in detention camps

Inhuman conditions of migrant workers in detention camps

The United Nations Committee on the protection of the rights of all migrant workers and members of their families, which monitors compliance by all countries with the International Convention on the Protection of the Rights…

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Human rights in Europe during the Covid-19 pandemic

Human rights in Europe during the Covid-19 pandemic

The EU Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) has published a new report on the National Human Rights Institutions (NHRIs), examining their situation in the EU, North Macedonia, Serbia, and the UK, and identifying different parameters…

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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…

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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…

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10,000 illegal immigrants in Italy to be issued passports – Sri Lanka embassy

10,000 illegal immigrants in Italy to be issued passports – Sri Lanka embassy

The Sri Lankan Embassy to Rome is all set to issue regular passports for 10,000 Sri Lankan nationals who have illegally immigrated to Italy. This decision was taken after Italy granted amnesty to all the…

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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…

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US sanctions $5.5 million aid to Nepal to tackle impacts of Covid crisis, says US embassy to Nepal

US sanctions $5.5 million aid to Nepal to tackle impacts of Covid crisis, says US embassy to Nepal

Through the USAID (United States Agency for International Development), U.S. government has sanctioned an additional relief fund of $5.5 million to Nepal. The fund is aimed at mitigating the secondary impacts in Nepal due to…

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