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E.g., 12/13/2017
“Sana'a “- “Fatima Al-Aghbari”: “Ibticem” managed to cover the needs of her five children thanks to the sewing machine she had bought, after selling all her jewelry. She was obliged to do so after the death of her husband, the family’s breadwinner, who was killed during one of the fronts’ war, which has been raging in Yemen for more than two years.  In addition to losing her husband, this...
Algeria: Child labor: A Neglected Social Phenomenon Said Boudour / a member of Arab Trade Union Media Network Algeria _ More than a year has passed since the former Algerian premiere, Abdelmalek Salal, was assigned to establish a national commission, a national authority for the protection and promotion of children, entrusted with protecting and promoting children's rights in social and...
  JameelahHadad - member of Arab Trade Union Media Network  Lebanon - Lebanese authorities have deported at least 21 domestic workers with children since the summer of 2016, saying that they were not living with their employer or were not supposed to give birth in Lebanon, according to Insan, a local human rights organization.The reportrefers to the arrests and...
  RANIA AL SARAYREH – Jordan - Muhannad, a medical graduate, did not doubt for a moment that he will not find work after graduating from university, but today, three years after graduating, he is still trying to find a job in his field of education. "I never thought about the market when I decided what to study. My parents, my uncles and their sons are all medical graduates. It was...
  Algeria: Mohammed Al-Sahrawi: Emergence of a Unique Trade Unionist Ghalem Bouha / Arab Trade Union Media Network   Algeria _Thirty-eight-year-old Mohamed is a courageous man. Despite his difficult social circumstances, he is still conservative and hard-working and has a face with a serene smile that inspires faith and confidence in his audience and addressees. For 10...
Yemen: Domestic Workers ... Exclusive Laws and Wasted Rights Fatima Al-Aghbari, member of Arab Trade Union Media Network Yemen _ Every day, at sunrise, (Um Abdullah) gets up and tries to gather whatever strength she still has to stand up with her two thin legs and very exausted body. First, she prepares breakfast for her five children, who have been deprived of their father’s tenderness...
Egypt: Workers of Cement Factories Inevitable Death: Burning ... or Otherwise   Adel Zakaria - a member of Arab Trade Union Media Network Egypt - The term "occupational hazards" is not without some romance that would make it a desirable subject for the speeches of various workers' events; a man full of health and vitality talks proudly about our heroes, referring to workers, who...
Palestine:   The employment of Palestinian women in Israeli settlements is tainted by slavery Beesan Mustafa - member of Arab Trade Union Media Network  Palestine - Fatima, a pseudonym, had to work in the settlements near Jericho and the Jordan Valley to be able to support her family. She leaves home at down and does not need a work permit to enter the settlements; she...
Bysan Mustafa – Member of Arab Trade Union Media Network Palestine – life was getting rough on a Palestinian citizen who preferred anonymity. One winter day in 2005 he had to leave his home in the early morning hours to find a job in the occupied territories to support his family, back then the occupation forces imposed a curfew on the city of Nablus in the West Bank. “I went out of my...
  Asad Zalzali / Member of Arab Trade Union Media Network. Away from the center of the capital, where brick factories' chimneys fill the sky of Nahrawan city located in the outskirts of Baghdad, and cause lots of environmental waste, there is Haidar (12 years old) who works in Al Ameer Brick factory with his siblings and family from early morning till evening, in order to earn a small...

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