Rabiya Jaffery’s Globe Post articles: ILO/EJN labour migration fellowship

In 2018 Rabiya Jaffery was one of 10 fellows selected by the Ethical Journalism Network and the International Labour Organisation for the second stage Fairway Fellowship to support quality reporting on labour migration in the Gulf States, Jordan and Lebanon.

As part of the ILO/EJN fellowship on labour migration Rabiya Jafferya journalist and multimedia producer based between the UAE and Saudi Arabia wrote a series of articles for The Globe Post.

Matter of Life and Death: Healthcare Costs Skyrocket for Syrian Refugees in Jordan

 

The majority of Syrian refugees in Jordan are in poverty. With the new legislative changes, they will no longer be able to afford much-needed healthcare.

Read the full article on The Globe Post.

Saudi Arabia Deports Mecca’s Migrants Amid New Economic Reforms

 

There are currently over 5 million undocumented migrants residing in Saudi Arabia, but the Kingdom is now actively seeking to deport them.

Read the full article on The Globe Post.

‘Easy to Enter’ Yemen Attracts African Migrants Despite Ongoing Crisis

 

Despite the widespread insecurity in Yemen, over 200,000 migrants – primarily from countries in the Horn of Africa – have transversed the Red Sea to Yemen’s coast in the last two years.

Read the full article on The Globe Post.


In 2018 Rabiya Jaffery was one of 10 fellows selected by the Ethical Journalism Network and the International Labour Organisation for the second stage Fairway Fellowship to support quality reporting on labour migration in the Gulf States, Jordan and Lebanon.

As part of the ILO/EJN fellowship on labour migration Rabiya Jafferya journalist and multimedia producer based between the UAE and Saudi Arabia wrote a series of articles for The Globe Post.