Migrant or expatriate workers continue adding to the labour force of oil-rich Gulf due to mega-construction projects, UN data shows. Al Jazeera posted this article dated 20 Dec 2018 elaborating on a situation known to all since the advent of oil. Gulf Arab blue-collar workforce continues to grow: UN by James Reinl Blue-collar migrant workers […]
It is a well known fact that international students are a valuable cultural and economic asset for universities. So, why can’t we use that fact as a mean to lead a fight against intolerance of migrants?
Marcia Vera Espinoza, Queen Mary University of London; Leila Hadj-Abdou, European University Institute, and Leiza Brumat, European University Institute elaborated this article on increasingly idea that population movements like for any commodity could well be negotiated between supply and demand. Global Compact for Migration: what is it and why are countries opposing it? The Global […]
It is no surprise that in this article (see below) of ConstructionWeekonline, there is no hint anywhere that Indians, Pakistanis most interested in UAE property investments make up the most significant percentage of the populations of the respective GCC countries. Since the advent of oil, the Persian Gulf countries have generally turned into modern states […]
Today no one ignores that in the MENA region, countries’ education systems amongst others are undergoing difficult times. Here is a UN’s report review confirming whilst shedding some light on the goings-on. Refugee and migrant children losing over 1.8 million school days, every day – UN report 20 November 2018 Migrants and Refugees Migrant and […]
Efforts to assist the tens of millions who’ve been forced from their homes are being increasingly constrained by severely limited funds, a new report from the United Nations refugee agency (UNHCR) has warned, urging greater international attention and support. Funds available to help refugees and migrants falling, a UN agency informed last Tuesday, while the […]