Jordan: Resident doctors vulnerable to exploitation in the absence of regulated working c...

The Jordanian government must find urgent and radical solutions to the poor working conditions experienced by junior doctors

Kuwait: nationality-based discriminatory practices in salaries and bonuses of health sect...

Complaints were reviewed by ImpACT from the stateless in Kuwait about not receiving the bonuses for frontline health workers

“They told us they hated black Africans”: UAE authorities detain, torture, and deport ove...

Victims estimate at least 800 workers were taken over the course of two nights, with an unknown number still under detention


Why the privatisation of health sector is a roadblock on the way to universal health coverage

Privatisation increases discrimination towards those who cannot afford private insurance

ImpACT to UNHRC: Business wishing to operate in Somalia should recognise its humanitarian...

International companies must provide opportunities to domestic businesses
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ImpACT collaborates with Anglo Educational Services to increase aware...

This is an essential step in the right direction for the youth of this generation to begin to get educated on human rights

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