31 March 2015, The National UAE ABU DHABI. Filipino workers being sent to non-existent jobs in Dubai have highlighted the desire of recruiters to increase profits through deception and circumventing the law, experts say. Thirty Filipinas who came to work ... read more
Migrant Workers’ Rights on Saadiyat Island in the United Arab Emirates: 2015 Progress Report, Human Rights Watch, 2015 SUMMARY “Migrant Workers’ Rights on Saadiyat Island in the United Arab Emirates: 2015 Progress Report,” is the third Human Right... read more
Watch this powerful video from Human Rights Watch, detailing migrants’ rights violations throughout the migration process.
16 July 2014, Edi Hardum & Vita A.D. Busyra, Jakarta Globe Jakarta. The manpower ministry has stripped 17 recruitment agencies of their permits following their attempts earlier this month to send as many as 87 migrant workers to Abu Dhabi in the Unite... read more
16 June 2014, Pacific Standard When migrant laborers at New York University’s Abu Dhabi campus raised their voices, striking over pay and working conditions, they were treated to arrests, beaten, or in some cases deported—flung back home in despair an... read more