Jordan: Woman gives domestic workers a voice in court


One woman is on a mission to defend the rights of migrant domestic workers in Jordan. CNN’s Jomana Karadsheh reports



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  1. When I was Chief of Mission of the International Organization for Migration for Jordan and Iraq, around 2007, the Head of the ‘Human Trafficking’ Dept. of the US State Department Washington DC came to see me. He wanted to know what information we had of Human Trafficking victims in Iraq. I told him that there were none and appealed to him to instead join with us to do something on the plight of domestic workers all over the Middle East. He was not interested. One of his staff remarked ‘do not worry, where-ever we go human trafficking follows sooner or later’. (!!!) Yes, I suppose it does. Destabilization and Destruction works just fine.

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