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last updated Aug. 25, 2003
published Aug. 25, 2003
Migrant Workers in Israel: A Contemporary Form of Slavery
Read more:  human rights, labor, migrants, economy, International Federation for Human Rights, foreign workers, minorities
Summary: This International Federation for Human Rights Report found that the use of migrant labor in Israel presents two principal problems: to migrant workers, whose rights are systematically violated due to the structure of the migrant labor market; and to Palestinians, both from the occupied Palestinian territories and Israeli citizens, whose lives and livelihoods are controlled by the Israeli occupation.
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