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Sumarti Ningsih murder: From Indonesia to Hong Kong

BBC News - 23 November 2014 - Sumarti Ningsih began her life in a small village deep in the countryside of central Java. At the end of her life she was found murdered and decomposing in a suitcase on a Hong Kong balcony. She was just 23 years old.

Posted by Eliza Marks at Nov 25, 2014 05:05 PM |
This start-up wants to disrupt the corrupt global “maid trade”—by charging the rich more

Quartz - 23 November 2014 - Seneng Mujiasih arrived in Hong Kong in December 2010, on a two-year domestic helper visa. When she was fired 13 months later, she “still owed money she had borrowed for arranging her employment and couldn’t afford to return home,” a friend in Indonesia told Bloomberg.

Posted by Eliza Marks at Nov 25, 2014 10:47 AM |
Filed under: Domestic workers, Hong Kong
Malaysia's unwanted - 101 East - Al Jazeera English

25 Nov 2014 - With refugees at risk of abuse and exploitation in Malaysia, 101 East investigates if those in charge are doing enough.

Posted by Khairil Yusof at Nov 25, 2014 10:18 AM |
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Resources
Migration in South-East Asia Policy Brief - Migration and Children

Policy brief outlining international standards, regional trends and good practices on migration and children

Posted by Eliza Marks at Nov 24, 2014 04:53 PM |
Filed under: children
Migration in South-East Asia Policy Brief - Migration and Domestic Work

Policy brief outlining international standards, regional trends and good practices on migration and domestic work

Posted by Eliza Marks at Nov 24, 2014 04:52 PM |
Filed under: Domestic workers
Migration in South-East Asia Policy Brief - Migration and Work in Fishing

Policy brief outlining international standards, regional trends and good practices on migration and work in fishing.

Posted by Eliza Marks at Nov 24, 2014 04:46 PM |
Filed under: Fishing industry
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