IN DEPTH

E.g., 08/21/2017
  Khawla Ja'iefry - Member of Arab Trade Union Media Network  Morocco –dozens of Syrians have been stranded on the Moroccan – Algerian border, they escaped the scene of mass murder and the hell of war, to find themselves sleeping in the open, while Algerian and Moroccan authorities squabble over which country should take them,  and after two months of being stuck in the...
Ashraf Al Reefy - Member of Arab Trade Union Media Network Yemen – An employee who once worked in one of the largest international oil companies in Yemen had to work as a car cleaner in the capital Sanaa after the oil company left the country and denied wages to hundreds of workers in Yemen. This is considered one of the most prominent cases of suffering and denial of workers' rights in a country...
  Abadat Mohammad / Member of Arab Trade Union Media Network. Mauritania –Obliged to leave their classrooms,and forced by the difficult circumstances of life to keep up with adults, they found themselves in a market for work, which is originally closer to a black market, and characterized by a general absence of organized laws that do not meet the most basic safety standards....
Ashraf Al-Reefy – Member of Arab Trade Union Media Network Yemen – “I love my books and pen more than I love my gun, I have never imagined carrying one, But my family's inability to provide the necessities of life was more difficult than the war,” that’s how omar justified why he accepted brokers deal to join the war. With the deterioration of living and economic conditions in Yemen, Omar...
Jameela Haddad – Member of Arab Trade Union Media Network Lebanon - Three years ago, the Lebanese National Committee for Combating Child Labour, in collaboration with the International Labour Organization (ILO), estimated the number of children who were victims of child labour and trafficking in Lebanon at over 100,000. At the time, it was reported that Lebanon may be among the "countries with...
  Ahmad Karkoub - Member of Arab trade union media network Mauritania – as an African country at the Atlantic coast is not away from the child labor phenomenon, despite of the governmental efforts to combat this phenomenon. A worrying statistics about child labor minors and manifestations of children suffering time, toiling in careers much bigger than their ages.  Most notably is...
Israa Ghorani – Member of Arab Trade Union Media Network Palestine- Child labour is a thorny and common problem in the Arab countries, and it is growing at an alarming rate due to the ongoing crises in the region which accompanied with increasing levels of poverty and bad economic conditions, forcing children to work at an early age, however, child labour in Palestine is a bit more serious...
SabriAlzuqaidi/ Member of Arab trade union media network Tunisia- the issue of child labor emerged significantly in Tunisia after the revolution -14 Janfe /2011. Although the numbers of this case are scant, many civil community NGOs from the raised up the alarm because of the outbreak of this phenomenon at the same time where the country is facing critical conditions at all layers. All of...
Rania AL Sarayra - Member of Arab Trade Union Media Network  Jordan – Near the commercial market in AL Nasr district, Karma sits in his wheelchair trying to sell few bags of Mulukhya leaves and spinach. This boy who is under 13 years old waits quietly for passers-by to notice him and buy his goods, he does not call them to buy, he spends almost seven hours a day waiting. Karam had...
Sharaz Al Rahali – Member of Arab Trade Union Media Network   Tunisia - "Sometimes I have to accompany her to her relative’s homes during family occasions in summer times to help with the cleaning, sometimes she sends me alone to their homes also to help them in housework" “I do as she tells me, whether in her home or in the house of her relatives when they have an occasion and I...

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