Tag Archives: trafficking

For Migrant Workers, a Mobile Phone to Fight Isolation – and Trafficking?

If you are a low-wage migrant worker from the Philippines, Nepal, or Bangladesh, the first photos of your newborn daughter might be the ones you see on Facebook as you sit in an internet café on your one day off from work. You might hear that your younger brother is going to be married from […]

Blame Game: Migrant Workers and the 2022 World Cup

The latest update in the controversy leading up to Qatar’s 2022 World Cup comes from reports that workers are now participating in a “Workers Cup,” which began this week.  In the tournament, put on jointly by the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy and the Qatar Stars League, 24 teams of laborers employed by World […]