State Policies

Ecowashing: Head of UAE state oil company placed in charge of group t...

The decision to hold this event in the United Arab Emirates, a state that has its own history of abusing guests to that country, is an act of Ecowashing

ImpACT International Applauds the New German Supply Chain Due Diligen...

Some 80 million children work under appalling conditions of exploitation in textile mills, mines, quarries and on farms

The Forgotten misery of migrant workers in France

The Forgotten misery of migrant workers in France

Hundreds of African workers awaiting deportation detained and abused...

Dubai the fun and finance capital of the United Arab Emirates has a dark side

Human Rights Shake-up in the United Kingdom: The British Bill of Righ...

The consultation which proceeded the new Bill received submissions which argued that the Human Rights Act should be retained.

Refugees in Iraq: An Overview

Between 2003 to 2011, Iraq endured a protracted armed conflict that began with the invasion of Iraq by the United States-led coalition

Policy Brief: Boris the Big Brother

​The Government of British PM, Boris Johnson risks creating a wild west where peoples’ personal information will be exploited for profit and political pur...

Libya: New cybercrime law must be rescinded

Libya: New cybercrime law must be rescinded

Egypt needs to urgently pass its new draft labour law with its oversi...

It should be accompanied by an oversight mechanism to preserve the rights of millions of workers

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

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 bo...

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, tor...

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