Bahrain’s unsafe work conditions

This video from 2011 is called Nabeel RajabBahrain Center for Human Rights – Mistreatment of Asian workers.

Bahrain: End prison ordeal for Nabeel Rajab immediately: here.

Paris-Geneva, November 27, 2013. The detention of Mr. Nabeel Rajab, President of the Bahrain Centre for Human Rights (BCHR) and Deputy Secretary General of FIDH, was characterised as arbitrary by the United Nations (UN) Working Group on Arbitrary Detention (WGAD) at its 66th session. This decision, published on July 25, 2013, was eventually passed on to the Observatory for the Protection of Human Rights Defenders (FIDH-OMCT joint programme) on November 26, who welcomes this decision and calls upon the Bahraini government to immediately comply with this UN decision and release Mr. Rajab: here.

The UN declares human rights defender Nabeel Rajab’s detention arbitrary and orders the Bahraini government to immediately comply with its decision and release Nabeel Rajab with due compensation: here.

From Trade Arabia:

25 killed in worksite accidents in Bahrain

Manama, 7 hours, 20 minutes ago

At least 25 people have died in worksite accidents in Bahrain this year.

Bangladeshi Abdulsattar Abdullatif, 38, became the latest victim when a rope on the makeshift lift he was using snapped and crashed to the ground from the fourth floor, said a report in the Gulf Daily News (GDN), our sister publication.

It happened at a building under construction in Gufool on Monday.

A Labour Ministry spokesman confirmed an investigation had been launched into the cause of Abdullatif’s death, who was reportedly not wearing any safety equipment.

United States Navy CNO confirms expanded footprint in Bahrain: here.

Bahrain: Human rights defender, Hussain Jawad, detained amid campaign of defamation against Bahraini activists: here.

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