As If I Am Not Human: Abuses Against Asian Domestic Workers in Saudi Arabia

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University of Amsterdam Amsterdam Netherlands. News Home. Human Rights watch. Saudi Arabia: Implement proposed labor reforms Government should immediately abolish sponsorship system Saudi Arabia should immediately implement its proposed reform to the kafala sponsorship system and extend labor protections to domestic workers, Human Rights Watch said today.

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The government has considered these measures for years without concrete action, but has recently renewed attention to the subject. Human Rights Watch interviewed dozens of domestic workers who said their employers forced them to work against their will for months or years.

okelcambapo.tk The government's proposal would make recruitment agencies rather than employers the immigration sponsors for foreign workers. An alternate proposal from the National Society for Human Rights calls for the Saudi government to assume the role of sponsor. Advertisement Hide.


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