Foreign Domestic Worker Conditions in the Middle East and the Conflict of Interest Governments Have With Foreign States Accepting Workers

2,800,000 (2.8 million) women work as domestic house keepers in the Middle East. These women are bound to their employer for 2+ years and often are not allowed to leave their employers house and forbidden from having a day off unless approved by their employer. Employers will often hide the maids passport so that they are completely stranded and helpless. The system in which these women are bound to their employer is referred to as “kafala”. Some cases have been so extreme (eg. employers nailing...

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