Defending and promoting human rights in Bahrain
Human Rights for Migrant Domestic Workers
Wednesday, 9 December 2009, 8:23 pm | 187 views
KUALA LUMPUR, 10 Dec 2009: As the world marks International Human...
.Bahrain: King Should Halt Execution
Nation Has Resumed Using Death Penalty After Decades Without It
December 9, 2009
Other Material: Bahrain: Migrant Workers Denied Pay...
By Andrew England
Published: November 9 2009 17:47 | Last updated: November 9 2009 17:47
Next month, as Bahrain marks the 10th anniversary of rule under King Hamad bin...
Bahrain: Migrant Workers Denied Pay, Right to Travel
Government Should Protect Workers from Employer Abuse
November 4, 2009
Other Material: More Human Rights Watch...
Trafficking battle call
By BEGENA P PRADEEP
BAHRAIN must step up the battle against human trafficking, according to a new US State Department report.
Bahrain Backtracks on Workers’ Rights Reform
Written by Rachelle Kliger
Published Monday, June 15, 2009
Bahrain has decided not to revoke a system that has been...
The Bahraini Authorities Recruit of Mercenaries from Makran Town, Pakistan: The Bahrain Government's use of foreign mercenaries to oppress Bahraini people with legitimate...
(Beirut) - Bahrain's revision of its restrictive kafala (sponsorship) system will dramatically improve the status of most migrant workers and reduce their risk of...
of Women Migrant Domestic Workers in Bahrain
Report submitted to the 42nd session of the CEDAW Committee
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Human Rights watch -Bahrain
Events of 2008
Human rights conditions in Bahrain deteriorated in 2008. Despite the important reforms that the king, Shaikh Hamad bin `Isa al-...
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