The International Domestic Workers Federation (IDWF) welcomes the dismantling of the core Kafala/ sponsorship system announced by Qatar’s Minister of Administrative Development, Labor and Social Affairs on October 17, 2019.
Violence and harassment take many forms. Whether a single or a repeated occurrence, whether it aims or results in violence, whether it is physical, psychological, sexual, or economic, bears no difference.
This report seeks to provide a comprehensive regional overview of domestic workers’ situation regarding social security that reflects recent changes and the impact of such changes, as well as the opinions of organized domestic workers.
This podcast was recorded in November 2022 in Qatar to outline migrant domestic workers’ experiences of the labor law reforms and hear their demands on areas of improvement. All the names used in this podcast are pseudonyms.
This policy brief aims to provide a descriptive picture of the
condition of domestic workers in Kerala state. The study is
based on interviews with domestic workers and their
organizations, as well as a survey of 101 domestic workers.