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In a couple of decades, exploited workers coming mainly from Southern Asia have literally understood the meaning of the expression “sweat, blood and tears” to serve the so-called lifestyle that Dubai residents – locals and expats – seek.I can’t stay in Dubai earning a great salary knowing that, while I earn those figures, people around me are being exploited that way.
Human rights violations doesn’t necessarily mean that people will earn ridiculously low salaries in a place where things cost a fair share.
It means humans living in boxes without AC or fans, when temperatures easily reach 50C and more.
It means working 7 days a week and only taking holidays once every 2 years.
These are the workers that will be building skyscrapers non-stop even though the law requires construction to stop when certain high temperatures are reached (on those days, funny enough, the radio would never announce the same temperature your car dashboard displays).
I lived in Dubai for about 4 years – this is where I met my boyfriend.
When we decided to quit our jobs in Dubai to start traveling full-time, we got two kinds of reactions from friends and family.
The most common was ““ There are several reasons why I would want to quit “all of that” Dubai has to offer.
I was far from being unhappy in the UAE but there are a number of things that make this place only OK for a while and really NOT OK to live long-term. to anyone around the world they will automatically think of richness and fast development.
It’s not the poorest place on Earth, that is true, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t a fair share of misery going on.
Side by side with that misery there is violation of the most basic of human rights.
We could start with the most obvious of cases: exploitation of the labor force.
Dubai has gone from nothing to what it is now (a great pile of concrete and glass) in almost no time.