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Why Wealthy Nations Need To Take Onus Of Their Migrant Assets?

Why Wealthy Nations Need To Take Onus Of Their Migrant Assets?

United Nations – A CNBC report claims that literally 5 percent of global workforce comprises migrant workers and that wealthy nations are highly dependent on them for their economies to thrive. Currently, the world has…

Human rights
Human Right Exploited: Ugly side of Qatar World Cup 2022

Human Right Exploited: Ugly side of Qatar World Cup 2022

Qatar – What appears rosy isn’t always so! The preparations of Qatar World Cup 2022 has been going on since last ten years, to make it spectacular thousands of migrant workers and local labors were…

Labour rights
FIFA World Cup 2022:European football team unite to stand against exploitation of workers rights in Qatar

FIFA World Cup 2022:European football team unite to stand against exploitation of workers rights in Qatar

Qatar – In a major let down for Qatar to change its image globally with the upcoming FIFA World Cup 2022, football teams are taking stand against the incidence of abuse domestic workers, industry workers…

Labour rights
Qatar: Companies fail to pay “hundreds of millions of dollars” in salaries to migrant workers

Qatar: Companies fail to pay “hundreds of millions of dollars” in salaries to migrant workers

According to a new research conducted by the human rights group Equidem, many of Qatari companies failed to pay salaries to its workers since the coronavirus outbreak, summing the total outstanding amount close to “hundreds…

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Qatar Continues To Flaunt Human Rights Of Migrant Workers

Qatar Continues To Flaunt Human Rights Of Migrant Workers

Atrocities against migrant workers remains the worst in Qatar as fresh news has come in that an Indian worker was shot in the face when he asked for leave from his Qatari employer. While Saudi…

Labour rights
Doha must not drop the ball on workers’ rights, Amnesty warns

Doha must not drop the ball on workers’ rights, Amnesty warns

Hundreds of migrant workers employed in the construction of a stadium for the World Cup strived for up to seven months without pay. Numerous domestic workers continue to work around 16 hours a day, with…

Labour rights
Even with the Domestic Workers Law in place, Qatar neglects the cruelty towards workers

Even with the Domestic Workers Law in place, Qatar neglects the cruelty towards workers

Not long ago Amnesty international released a report stating the abusive pattern of treatment done on migrant workers and labours in Qatar. It said that the migrant workers from the gulf state are subjected to…

Migrant workers
Saudi Arabia Alters Kafala System Of Migrant Employment

Saudi Arabia Alters Kafala System Of Migrant Employment

Saudi Arabia has announced some strategic reforms to help the migrant population. Through these reforms, the Kingdom will be able to abolish some age- old customs that bound migrant workers to a single employer. Known…

Labour rights
Kuwait new law to trim foreign workers

Kuwait new law to trim foreign workers

A new law to drastically reduce the number of foreign workers within a year: this is what the Kuwait parliament unanimously decided yesterday, Bloomberg reported. That of foreigners is a central issue in the small…

Human rights
Qatar strip searches Women passengers, UK and Australia objects to this grossly offensive act

Qatar strip searches Women passengers, UK and Australia objects to this grossly offensive act

Earlier this month, Doha airport authorities strip-searched two women passengers, British nations, who were travelling through Qatar. They were asked to get off from their flight without any explanation and were forced to take medical…