Defending and promoting human rights in Bahrain
By MAY ASHOUR
Published: 9th August 2007
MORE than 35 unemployed women staged a protest yesterday in front of the Education Ministry's Employee Affairs Directorate, Manama,...
India clamp on women workers
By SOMAN BABY
Published: 3rd August 2007
INDIA has tightened restrictions on Indian women travelling to work in Bahrain and other Gulf...
Show me the way to go home
Amnesty gets off to flying start
A filipina mother with three undocumented children was one of the first to apply for relief under the...
07/30/2007 11:49 PM | By Suad Hamada, Special to Gulf News
Manama: Domestic help will be included in the six-...
Maids' abuse to be probed
By GEOFFREY BEW
Published: 20th July 2007
LABOUR Ministry officials have pledged to investigate claims that one of Bahrain's leading manpower...
Sandeep Singh Grewal
High cost of living, no minimum wage as well as discrimination against women in employment and wages were some of the issues...
Ministry welcomes UN report
Published: 8th July 2007
BAHRAIN has welcomed the US report on human trafficking, saying it will only help in tackling the illegal trade.
Mother loses custody battle
By REBECCA TORR
Published: 22 June 2007
A SHARIA court ruling has left a young divorcee without her children and their shared home, following a...
06/15/2007 12:20 AM | By Habib Toumi, Bureau Chief
Manama: Bahrain, ranked by the United States among...
Victims of Trafficking and Violence Protection Act of 2000: Trafficking in Persons Report 2007
U.S. Department of State
BAHRAIN (Tier 3)
Bahrain is a destination country for...
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