Qatar Red Crescent Society (QRCS) recently concluded the fifth edition of 'Together for Benevolence', an annual charitable giving programme for expatriate workers in Qatar.
The International Labour Organisation (ILO) and FIFA hailed the reforms adopted by Qatar to protect human rights and expatriate workers.
The State of Qatar affirmed that its constitution guarantees non-discrimination against persons with disabilities, acknowledges that the principle of equality is one of the fundamental pillars of the Qatari society.
World stock markets fell yesterday, pulled down by weaker prices on Wall Street as investors wait for new political developments in the US, traders said.
Law No. 21 of 2015, the new law that abolishes the Kafala (sponsorship) system and guarantees greater flexibility, freedom and protection to Qatar’s more than 2.1mn expatriate workforce comes into force today.