MEA probes complaint of racism at airport


Daily Star

It is now imperative that MEA produce internal policy or staff training which will prevent the recurrence of such an incident, Houry adds, but he believes the whole system at the airport needs to be broken down.

“If MEA staff members see General Security staff treating migrant domestic workers as second class citizens,” Houry says, this mentality will spread.

“They all have to know that there is no space for discrimination anymore.”

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