“Workplace violence against female nurses is a significant and increasing problem. This study aimed to investigate workplace violence against female nurses in three general hospitals of Ilam (Western Iran) and identify factors influencing its incident. Our results revealed a high
“This report documents attacks against vaccination workers, paramedics, nurses, doctors, midwives, patients, community volunteers, and drivers and guards, in violation of longstanding human rights and humanitarian law norms to protect and respect health care in conflict. Apart from the immediate
New research looking at the vulnerabilities to widespread abuse of Nepalese migrant domestic workers in Lebanon rooted directly in the systems in place in both home and destination countries. It also looks at the work Anti-Slavery and its partners have
Despite some recent reforms, an estimated 2.1 million migrant domestic workers continue to risk severe labour exploitation in Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) – the members of the Gulf Cooperation Council (hereinafter “GCC”).
‘Victoria’ had not been particularly unhappy with her job until it came to the December holidays. She had arrived in Qatar in August 2012 from her home in the Philippines to work for an expatriate family in their Doha home,
A report focusing on female domestic workers working overseas that make them the most vulnerable. Due to the fact that they are not protected by labour laws, abusive and exploitative conditions persist within this sector.
146,000 female migrant domestic workers are employed in the UAE, and although there are reputable households that treat domestic workers humanely, there is handful on the other side that have carried out an exploitive measures towards their domestic workers. HRW
Drawing on a multitude of countries, extensive research is conducted on the wage gap, the violence and safety issues, and occupational segregation the persists within agricultural labor disproportionately affecting women in the sector.