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Morocco: A Difficult Year for Workers because of COVID-19

Four trade union leaders from the Souss-Massa have expressed their deep regret and anger at having been deprived of the International Workers Day celebrations because of the preventive measures against the pandemic.   In this regard, they...

2021-05-12

Lebanon: Calls for Protests against the Lifting of Subsidies

The National Federation of Employees’ and Workers’ Unions in Lebanon (FENASOL) has called on trade unions, civil society, and all citizens to protest in the streets on October 17 th to oppose the “impoverishment policy.”...

2021-05-12

Libya: Calls for the Release of 1,100 Children

In a statement issued on 30 April 2021, UNICEF called on the Libyan authorities to release the migrants.   The UN agency explained that all migrants rescued off the coast of Libya are sent to crowded detention centres where they live in...

2021-05-12

Iraq: Protests in Mosul University

Hundreds of professors, particularly the ones within the 315 contract, protested in the university of Mosul against not receiving their salaries. Also, the Ministry of Higher Education issued a decision to terminate the contracts of another category of...

2021-05-11

Tunisia: Debates between the UGTT and the Government on the Wage Bill

The debate on the wage bill between the Tunisian General Labour Union (UGTT) and the government has returned during the Tunisian Delegation’s visit to Washington and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to negotiate the...

2021-05-11

Morocco: Work Accident in Kenitra

On Thursday May 6 th , a bus accident took place in Kenitra. The bus included about twenty women workers in a cable factory. The workers were wounded and taken to Al-Idrisi Hospital. The security authorities opened an investigation.  ...

2021-05-11

Iraq: Baghdad Hospital Fire and Lack of Safety Conditions

In late April, a huge fire broke out in Ibn Al-Khatib Hospital in Baghdad, which is one of three hospitals in Baghdad that receives critical cases of COVID-19.   The fire resulted from the explosion of the oxygen cylinder in the hospital...

2021-05-10

Morocco: Two Workers Dismissed for Trade Union Activities

On May 6, 2021, the Moroccan Syndicate of Textiles and Garments of the Moroccan Workers’ Union organized a strike in front of the headquarters of the SkyWash laundry company that works with Zara, a subsidiary of INDEX, to denounce the decision of the...

2021-05-10

Oman: Interaction with a Report on Migrant Domestic Workers

The Oman Human Rights Committee followed up on the issue of migrant domestic workers from Sierra Leone working in Oman after being addressed by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) and by a report of the British newspaper The...

2021-05-10

Jordan: Rejection of Amendments Restricting Freedom of PressThe Jordanian Journalists Syndicate sent a letter to the Parliament calling for the cancellation of the amendment to the Integrity and Anti-Corruption Bill. The syndicate stated that these amendm

The Jordanian Journalists Syndicate sent a letter to the Parliament calling for the cancellation of the amendment to the Integrity and Anti-Corruption Bill. The syndicate stated that these amendments limit civil liberties, including freedom of press, and...

2021-05-08