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JUSTICE UPHELD BLOG
Monday 22nd of June 2020 Justice Upheld was contacted by the family of Mrs Daljit Kaur (not her real name), a migrant worker from Punjab,India. It was claimed that in or around November 2019, Mrs Daljit Kaur travelled to Malaysia to work as domestic worker for a...
‘Huroob’ is an Arabic word which means ‘escape’ or ‘absconder’ or ‘run away’ (‘Absent From Work’). Under Saudi Labour Law, it is mandatory for an employer to report his migrant worker employee to the Saudi passport authorities if the migrant worker is absent from work...
Friday 2nd of November, 2018: Justice Upheld is delighted to report that Jennifer Dalquez, the Filipino migrant worker who was eventually acquitted of the murder of her ‘employer’ in the United Arab Emirates, was released and repatriated to her family on Friday....
BY MAREX 2018-07-18 18:28:38 After the actions of human rights charity Justice Upheld, 17 seafarers abandoned by various maritime companies on Kish Island in Iran have been rescued. None had been paid for over two years. Their case has been highlighted by the charity...