NHRC signs pact to protect Filipino workers’ rights

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NHRC signs pact to protect Filipino workers’ rights

The National Human Rights Committee (NHRC) of Qatar has marked a co-activity reminder with its Philippines partner, the Commission on Human Rights (CHR). 

The update was marked by HE the Chairman of NHRC Dr Ali bin Samikh al-Marri and CHR chairman Jose Luis Martin Gascon. 

Following the marking, HE al-Marri focused on that the update goes for fortifying close relations between the two gatherings in the fields of human rights insurance, particularly the privileges of specialists from the Philippines and their families. 

He included that the marking of the update perceives the recognized pretended by the Filipino people group in Qatar and its interest in the improvement procedure just as the craving of the NHRC to expand the co-task with CHR as an establishment like it in its capacities and obligations. 

Al-Marri included that the notice was the finish of past endeavors that incorporated the opening of the workplace of the Philippine people group at the central station of the NHRC, focusing on his enthusiasm for working promptly to frame a working gathering in charge of initiating the terms of the understanding between the opposite sides. 


He additionally communicated his expectation that the opposite sides will cooperate to diminish the reasons that lead a specialist to grumble, calling for investigating the main driver of the issues and discover arrangements, regardless of whether these issues begin from the Philippines or Qatar. 

Al-Marri inspected a portion of the administrative advancements in Qatar, calling attention to that these show the dedication and earnestness towards the enhancement of the human rights circumstance, beginning with the issuance of the local specialists law, which out of the blue allowed rights to residential specialists after they were avoided from the work law. 

He said that this law stipulated the most extreme working hours for household specialists in multi day, and qualified them for a week by week rest day notwithstanding paid yearly leave and end of administration benefits. 

He included that another law was additionally issued to annul leave licenses for transient specialists subject to the work law. 

Al-Marri communicated his pride in consenting to this arrangement to help Filipino specialists and representatives and their relatives, while focusing on his certainty that the working conditions in Qatar will dependably be better.