The Chairperson of Constituent Assembly Subash Chandra Nemwang said he will draw attention of the Constitutional Political Dialogue and Consensus Committee regarding ongoing impunity in Nepal. Meeting a delegation of National Executive Committee of Amnesty International Nepal at his office in Singha Durbar, Kathmandu he stated that the existing level of impunity is something which he is wanting to end soon.
Amnesty International's New Report (Briefing)
Amnesty International launched a brief report about rights of the migrant workers in Qatar on 12 November 2014. The briefing "No Extra Time: How Qatar is still failing on workers’ rights ahead of the World Cup" sets out how the Qatari government has failed to reform the systems that facilitate the abuse of migrant workers and has made only minimal progress on a number of plans it announced in May 2014......
Amnesty International has called on the South Korean government to end the exploitation and widespread use of forced labour of migrant agricultural workers. The report "Bitter Harvest" reveals how the country’s farming industry is rife with abuse.
The report exposes the true face of South Korea’s Employment Permit System (EPS) that directly contributes to the serious exploitation of migrant agricultural workers. The government-run work scheme is designed to provide migrant labour to small and medium-sized enterprises that struggle to hire a sufficient number of national workers.
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