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Max Liu 19m
A meaningful Sunday celebrating 121st Philippines Independence Day and Migrant Workers’ Day! Proud to in the lives of and accelerate across .
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EMQ 2h
Celebrating 121st Philippines Independence Day and Migrant Workers’ Day!
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View Qatar Jun 15
’s restrictive kafala system, which ties ' employment visas to their employers, also fuels exploitation, abuse, delay in payment of Salaries. Since their passport have been seized, the can’t quit and can’t leave the Country.
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Diocese of Huron Jun 14
They come from other countries in the hopes of providing support for their families. Learn their stories, gifts and challenges Register Register with an friend by June 21st and you will both get $50 off the registration fee:
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View Qatar Jun 12
The are being treated like slaves in . They are not being given their due salaries, their work ID permits and they can’t even leave their jobs. So basically, they are working as illegal immigrants and are being exploited to the fullest extent.
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Centre for Equity Studies 8h
They Pump $15 Billion A Year Into 's Economy — But At What Cost? An estimated 10 million Bangladeshi are gardeners, construction workers, janitors and maids are working primarily as low-skilled laborers in the .
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View Qatar Jun 14
It's been estimated that about 4000 workers will die to put on the 2022 . This figure indicates how the have been poorly treated ranging from delay or failure on payment of Salaries, indecent environment to stay and other health issues.
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AsianDevelopmentBank 22h
matter! 8 facts you don’t know about the money migrants send back home on International Day of via
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View Qatar Jun 10
This is a revelation on how Nepalese are being exploited in , unpaid salaries, passports gets confiscated. They can’t quit and cannot leave the country.
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KnowTheChain Jun 12
Replying to @Apple
. reports that it had provided training to over 300 on their rights and contract terms before they left their country of origin: (7/11)
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KathyProctor 23h
I spent last night at a bbq with a group of 50 migrant farm workers. These men grow the food we eat, are away from their families for 5 months, work 12 hour days, 7 days a week. They do not enjoy the same rights as 16 year olds working at McD’s.
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Justice Upheld Jun 14
***VERY URGENT *** Mr A prevented from returning to India. His original passport and supporting documents have been confiscated by employer who refuses to return them to him and is also withholding his salary
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JoAnne Formanek Gustafson 9h
Fairness is a value I hear mentioned often. Why don’t migrant workers get fair pay and working conditions in Canada?
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Saleem Spindari Jun 15
Thanks to BC Employment Standards staff for coming out to do a presentation to farm in
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Breda Gahan 19h
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Sofia Nazalya Jun 11
Fair recruitment discussion at the . Pertinent issue companies will have to navigate as the use of labour hire agencies ramp up. Added complexities with lack of coherence re national policy v. intl standards on
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Al Shahid News Jun 13
Filmmaker Elie Berbary says sees migrant domestic workers as 'less than human' as she exposes widespread abuse of such women in her film.
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Justice Upheld Jun 14
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Sofia Nazalya Jun 13
Some interesting insights on in the last panel on the Future of Work- shows the complexities of the issue and need for awareness on what drives and who is most at risk of this.
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Saleem Spindari Jun 15
, Sat. June 15: Resource Fair for Migrant Farm Workers to celebrate   and learn from many resources available for them!
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