Despite victories against sex trafficking, workers are suffering in farming, construction and caregiving, but the police and other agencies have come up short in both identification and enforcement
Following Haaretz’s investigative report on school segregation, the parents have written a letter to the mayor and lambasted the 'black stain on our city’s educational heritage'
Haaretz finds Tel Aviv sends children of asylum seekers and migrant workers to schools renowned for their poor education standards ■ Municipality official defends program: 'color encourages racism'
Plan for Levinsky Park faced opposition from both sides of political barricades, as it would have taken away from the only green area in the neighborhood
Israel's Top Court Orders State to Give Migrant Workers Enough Time to Prepare for Expulsion Hearings
'In light of the human complexity that arises in such cases, the migrants and their counsels should be given a reasonable chance to present their positions,' One justice says
Rights activists have long criticized the 'kafala' system in a country that relies on more than a million guest workers
Instead of incentivizing people to join labor market, the state is paying benefits while raising the number of migrant workers by 16,000
Critic says keeping workers 'in jail, in tents in the middle of the desert' in order to make it less expensive for employers seems 'especially cynical'
As the economy slows down, many migrant workers lament unpaid wages, uncertainty over when they will be able to make a living again
Petah Tikva also refused to register the children last year, capitulating only after a court ordered it to do so. One parent argues 'the municipality says we’re not legal and wants to remove us,' but the city insists families provided no proof of residence
With limited access to health services and after 20 new cases were diagnosed among the migrant community, activist says 'We are acting responsibly, but the situation is worrying. The population is stressed'
The UAE, Qatar, Oman and Kuwait have locked down areas where low-wage foreign workers live in overcrowded conditions and are now surviving on charity
Pension-age workers, newly released soldiers and foreign guest workers don’t qualify for help when they’re laid off or out on unpaid leave
The worker was allowed to stay in the country due to her close relations with the family for which she cared, but the Population and Immigration Authority argues her case could open a new path to immigration
In one case, woman and her two children detained for several hours ■ Immigration authority: Mothers here illegally 'show a minimum of parental responsibility'
'Each One Tells My Story': Asylum Seekers in Tel Aviv Draw Inspiration From Making Dark-skinned Dolls
Some victims of torture and rape, these women are creating dolls to cater for demand in local kindergartens
Inside the 'revolving door' policy that forces Israel’s foreign workers to break their visas and risk deportation: 'Why bring in more and more? Because of money'
Worker's advocacy group says Labor Ministry left a number of accidents out of its report, though the reasons why are unclear
Ruling says regulations requiring hearing even apply to children ordered deported before the new rule was issued, in a move that could reverse some deportation orders
Activists say immigration authority flouts directive, takes advantage of lack of oversight created by Israel's political deadlock
In a society where discrimination based on skin color is deeply rooted, sub-Saharan African women are sexually assaulted by employers and children have trash and rocks thrown at them on their way to school
Critics cite harm to green space, air pollution, needs of local Israeli children
Economic adviser seeks to free employers of obligation to pay into pension funds and allow them to pay less than minimum wage ■ Plan contradicts current laws and treaties, sources say
In the past year, several children were arrested and held in facilities maintained by the Population and Immigration Authority until their expulsion - now, children 12 and older will be able to make their case in a hearing
Authorities' concern that the mother might refuse to leave Israel does not justify the detention of her minor son, judge rules