UAE’s Etihad Airways, in collaboration with the Ministry of Environment and Water (MOEW), hosted two days of workshops this week to discuss the growing threat of illegal wildlife smuggling.
The workshops, focused on potentia
The international fight against corruption must work in tandem with efforts to root out modern slavery since corruption is a key driver of human trafficking, the head of the world's largest anti-corruption organisation said on Thursday.
The number of reported human trafficking cases in the UAE has decreased last year, as compared to the previous three years, according to a top official.
Brigadier Ahmed Mohammed Nehkairah, head of Human Rights
Frontline staff who deal with victims of human trafficking are set to receive additional training through a series of internationally led workshops later this year in Bahrain. The workshops, scheduled for November, are being organised by the L
Bahrain has been removed from a US human trafficking ‘watch list’ and praised for its ‘significant efforts’ in preventing the illegal practice.
The latest US State Department Trafficking in Persons Report,
A national centre to tackle human trafficking and provide temporary shelter for victims could be open in Bahrain by the end of this year.
The Labour Market Regulatory Authority (LMRA) is spearheading the initiative in partnership
Bahrain is setting out major plans to combat human trafficking.
Legal measures are underway to bolster Bahrain’s efforts to combat the scourge, it was revealed, said a report in the Gulf Daily News (GDN), our sister
A national hotline dedicated to helping human trafficking victims in Bahrain will soon be launched.
It will also address different complaints submitted by Bahrain's expatriate community, which makes up more than half of the po
A top government official in Bahrain arrested in connection with corruption had allegedly pocketed BD12,000 ($31,633.9) for dropping human trafficking charges against a restaurant.
The Bahraini, who was the director of inspections
Bahrain has investigated 30 human trafficking cases within 12 months, including forced labour and prostitution.
This was more than a four- fold increase from seven cases that were dealt with by authorities in 2