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Covid-19 exposes ,inequality, in Gulf countries as ,migrant workers, "hit hardest" Author: Alainna Liloia, Al Araby, Published on: 9 April 2020 "As coronavirus hits the Gulf don't forget about ,migrant workers,," 8 Apr 2020. ,Migrant workers, in the Arab Gulf are among those hit hardest by the pandemic...
Immigration Status and Workplace ,Inequalities, “The study of migrations in the contemporary world is central to my research,” says Shannon Gleeson. She is an interdisciplinary social scientist, in conversation with migration debates across disciplines—ranging from sociology to law and society, Latin American and Latinx studies, and industrial and labor relations.
Vietnam has experienced massive internal migration waves from rural to industrialized zones. However, little efforts have been made to understand differences in health conditions and health-related quality of life (HRQOL) between local and ,migrant, industrial ,workers,. This study aimed to examine the ,inequality, in health status and HRQOL between these ,workers,.
Nepali ,migrant workers, are among those returning from Malaysia in significant numbers. According to MIDEQ researchers in Nepal , the consequences are not entirely negative: returnees are contributing to agricultural productivity and rebalancing a growing dependence on remittances from ,migrant, labour and there is potential for the role of intermediaries to diversify.
Including ,migrant workers, in recovery programmes is key to ensuring the health and ,safety, of all. The crisis has revealed the ,inequalities, faced by ,migrant workers, globally, and also presents an opportunity for structural change. ,Migrant workers, must have access to healthcare, adequate housing, social security, and just working conditions.
The COVID-19 pandemic now cruelly highlights those ,inequalities, – from catching the virus, to staying alive, to coping with its dramatic economic consequences. Some groups, such as ,migrant workers, and ,workers, in the informal economy, are particularly affected by the economic consequences of the virus.