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قطر: يجب إنهاء استغلال الشركات للعمال الأجانب في قطاع البناء

يبين تقرير جديد أصدرته منظمة العفو الدولية مدى تفشى الانتهاكات في قطاع البناء في قطر، حيث يتعرض العمال لاستغلال بشع بينما يعملون في مشروعات تُقدر قيمتها بملايين الدولارات يبين تقرير جديد أصدرته منظمة العفو الدولية مدى تفشى الانتهاكات في قطاع البناء في قطر، حيث يتعرض العمال لاستغلال بشع بينما يعملون في مشروعات تُقدر قيمتها بملايين الدولارات

Qatar. Il faut mettre fin à l'exploitation des travailleurs migrants

Un nouveau rapport d’Amnesty International montre que, au Qatar, le secteur du bâtiment ne respecte pas les droits des ouvriers qui travaillent sur des projets de plusieurs millions de dollars, et qu’il les surexploite. Un nouveau rapport d’Amnesty International montre que, au Qatar, le secteur du bâtiment ne respecte pas les droits des ouvriers qui travaillent sur des projets de plusieurs millions de dollars, et

Exploited and struggling to survive in Qatar - 17 noviembre 2013

Headline Title:  Exploited and struggling to survive in Qatar “Everything was hopeless.” This is how Rahul* summed up his first stint as a migrant worker in Qatar when he recently spoke to Amnesty International. About 50 minutes drive north of Doha, at the heart of Qatar's gas industry, lies the Ras Laffan Emergency and Safety College, a shiny new campus that obscures a tale of misery. Media Node:  RLESC Qatar Krantz Engineering compound Qatar tickets VIDEO: Exploited and struggling to survive in Qatar En un golpe de vista:  Migrant workers in QatarThere are some 1.35 million foreign nationals working in QatarMigrant workers now make up some 94 per cent of the total workforce in the country90% had their passports held by their employers56% did not have a government health card, essential to access public hospitals21% “sometimes, rarely or never” received their salary on time20% got a different salary than had been promised15% worked in a different job to the one promisedSource: Survey of 1,189 low-income workers in Qatar,carried out in 2012 by a study funded by the Qatar National Research Fund. Story Location:  Qatar 25° 53' 49.038" N, 51° 32' 33.7272" E “It has been horrible. I don’t know why I came here. I consider this to be the worst phase of my life. My father passed away while I was struggling here; I couldn’t leave to see him for the last time even after begging [the Ministry of Interior], crying and falling at their feet” Fuente:  A 31-year-old Indian former Krantz Engineering employee “Behind the often complex contractual chains linked to employment in Qatar lie the widespread and routine abuse of migrant workers – in some cases amounting to forced labour ” Fuente:  James Lynch, Researcher on Gulf Migrants' Rights at Amnesty International URL:  Stop the abuse of migrant workers in Qatar Descripción:  Sign the petition URL:  Qatar: End corporate exploitation of migrant construction workers Descripción:  News story/report, 17 November 2013 URL:  'Treat us like we are human: Migrant workers in Qatar' Descripción:  Document, 17 November 2013

Stop the abuse of migrant workers in Qatar

Demand that the government of Qatar upholds and protects the rights of hundreds of thousands of foreign workers Migrant workers' accomodation in Qatar © Shaival Dalal  

Qatar: End corporate exploitation of migrant construction workers - 17 noviembre 2013

Headline Title:  Qatar: End corporate exploitation of migrant construction workers A new report by Amnesty International finds Qatar’s construction sector rife with abuse, with workers employed on multi-million dollar projects suffering serious exploitation. A new report by Amnesty International finds Qatar’s construction sector rife with abuse, with workers employed on multi-million dollar projects suffering serious exploitation. Media Node:  qatar qatar map VIDEO: Exploited and struggling to survive in Qatar En un golpe de vista:  Migrant workers in QatarThere are some 1.35 million foreign nationals working in Qatar.Migrant workers now make up some 94 per cent of the total workforce in the country.90% had their passports held by their employers56% did not have a government health card, essential to access public hospitals21% “sometimes, rarely or never” received their salary on time20% got a different salary than had been promised15% worked in a different job to the one promised Source: Survey of 1,189 low-income workers in Qatar,carried out in 2012 by a study funded by the Qatar National Research Fund. Story Location:  Qatar 25° 14' 31.3692" N, 51° 9' 8.4384" E “It is simply inexcusable in one of the richest countries in the world, that so many migrant workers are being ruthlessly exploited, deprived of their pay and left struggling to survive. ” Fuente:  Salil Shetty, Secretary General of Amnesty International. “Please tell me - is there any way to get out of here? ... We are going totally mad. ” Fuente:  Nepalese construction worker, unpaid for seven months and prevented from leaving Qatar for three months. URL:  Stop the abuse of migrant workers in Qatar Descripción:  Sign the petition URL:  The Dark Side of Migration: Spotlight on Qatar’s construction sector ahead of the World Cup Descripción:  Read the report URL:  Exploited and struggling to survive in Qatar Descripción:  Feature, 17 November 2013 URL:  'Treat us like we are human: Migrant workers in Qatar' Descripción:  Document, 17 November 2013 URL:  False Promises: Exploitation and forced labour of Nepalese migrant workers Descripción:  News Story, 12 December 2011

Qatar: El poeta condenado a 15 años de cárcel debe ser liberado

La pena de 15 años de cárcel impuesta a un hombre por escribir un poema considerado crítico con la familia gobernante, que ha sido confirmada hoy por el máximo tribunal de Qatar, debe ser anulada de inmediato; así lo ha afirmado Amnistía Internacional.  La pena de 15 años de cárcel impuesta a un hombre por escribir un poema considerado crítico con la familia gobernante, que ha sido confirmada hoy por el máximo tribunal de Qatar, debe ser anu

Qatar. Il faut libérer un poète condamné à 15 ans de prison

Il faut annuler sans délai la condamnation à 15 années de prison confirmée lundi 21 octobre par la plus haute instance du Qatar contre un homme qui a écrit un poème considéré comme critique envers la famille royale, a déclaré Amnesty International. Il faut annuler sans délai la condamnation à 15 années de prison confirmée lundi 21 octobre par la plus haute instance du Qatar contre un homme qui a écrit un poème considéré comme critiq

Qatar: Release poet sentenced to 15 years in prison

A 15-year prison sentence upheld today by Qatar’s highest court against a man who wrote a poem considered critical of the ruling family must be overturned immediately, said Amnesty International.   A 15-year prison sentence upheld today by Qatar’s highest court against a man who wrote a poem considered critical of the ruling family must be overturned immediately, said Amnesty Internatio
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