The 2013 Annual Report on
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The rights of migrants are being trampled across the globe as they face economic exploitation, discrimination and racism in a range of countries.
Qatar's authorities are lagging severely behind on efforts to address the rampant abuse of migrant workers' rights, Amnesty International said six months ...
Four years after winning the right to host the World Cup, and more than a year since the systemic abuse of migrant workers hit the headlines around ...
Report MDE 22/010/2014
Qatar's authorities are lagging severely behind on efforts to address the rampant abuse of migrant workers' rights, Amnesty International said in a briefing ...
Human Rights Council adopts Universal Periodic Review outcome on Qatar.
Public Statement MDE 22/009/2014
A controversial new cybercrimes law that criminalizes the spreading of “false news” on the internet poses a serious threat to freedom of expression in ...
UK nationals Krishna Upadhyaya and Ghimire Gundev have been released. They are not known to have been charged with any offence.
Urgent Action MDE 22/008/2014
UK nationals Krishna Prasad Upadhyaya and Ghimire Gundev have disappeared in Qatar while researching the conditions of migrant workers. ...
Urgent Action MDE 22/007/2014
This publication outlines some of the key features of economic, social and cultural rights. It presents an overview of these rights, outlines their scope and ...
Report POL 34/001/2014