One of Tamkeen's flagship programmes, which has undergone a complete overhaul in a bid to cut down on fraud and abuse, will be relaunched at the end of this month in Bahrain.
The Enterprise Development Support (EDS) scheme was
The UAE's Ministry of Interior has issued a guidebook outlining the standard operating procedures to be adopted when dealing with the elderly, children, people with special needs and women, in the evidence collection process performed by the
Bahrain's rights watchdog has registered 34 complaints in the last six months, including torture allegations and sectarian discrimination.
The National Institution for Human Rights (NIHR) has launched inves
Bahrain has seen a drop in the number of foreign housemaids coming forward with allegations of abuse during Ramadan.
In previous years, extended working hours and allegations of general mistreatment during the
An Arabic translation of a novel by a former Bahrain resident has been banned in two Gulf states.
Aadujeevitham (Goat Days) was written by the author Benyamin and tells the story of an abused migrant worker in
Work at a Riffa garment factory ground to a halt yesterday as nearly 2,000 employees went on a strike over allegations of abuse, withheld payment and forced deportation.
The walk-out at MRS Fashions in Hajiyat
An Indonesian housemaid who was convicted of sexually abusing an eight-year-old Bahraini has appeared in court for allegedly molesting the girl's cousin.
The 27-year-old appeared at the High Criminal Court
A housemaid who was repeatedly assaulted by her employer has received more than BD4,000 ($10,553) compensation thanks to the efforts of Indonesian Embassy officials.
Indonesian national Maria B T Badri was take
Battered wives are spending thousands of dinars on "witch doctors" who practise black magic to discipline their abusive husbands, according to a leading Bahraini expert.
Psychiatrist and behavioural science specialist Dr
Spousal abuse for financial gain could be criminalised in Bahrain, despite claims that there is no evidence such cases exist.
Bahrain's Shura Council yesterday ignored recommendations from the Supreme Counc