Abuse of Cambodian Domestic Workers Migrating to Malaysia
فشل التشريعات ، والمسؤولين وأرباب العمل ومكاتب الاستقدام في الأردن في حماية حقوق عاملات المنازل الوافدات المظلومات
UNAIDS Governing Board Meeting on Migrants Should Emphasize Rights
International groups, nations and donors should give increased attention to the protection of human rights and the HIV-prevention and treatment needs of migrants, Human Rights Watch said in a report released today. The report was issued in advance of the UNAIDS Programme Coordinating Board meeting in Geneva on June 22, 2009.
In Geneva over the next two weeks, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) will play an influential role on the Governing Body of the International Labour Organisation (ILO). Yet Human Rights Watch (HRW) has documented how within the UAE migrant domestic workers are exploited by employers and recruiters, while government policies create conditions which foster abuse and forced labour.
“I thought that I can save money. I’m supposed to get free food, accommodation, even call my family for free. Free flights home. Only a babysitter job. Who wouldn’t grab this golden opportunity?”
“I Already Bought You”
Abuse and Exploitation of Female Migrant Domestic Workers in the United Arab Emirates
"لقد قمت بشرائِك سلفاً"
الإساءة إلى العاملات المنزليات واستغلالهن
الإساءة إلى العاملات المنزليات واستغلالهن في الإمارات العربية المتحدة
“I decided to travel abroad for work to build a house,” Tahira told me. With few options for work in her village in Subang district, West Java, the 28-year-old migrated to the United Arab Emirates in 2012 to become a domestic worker. She had high hopes of making enough money there to support her husband and young son at home in Indonesia.