Migrant Workers’ Rights in ASEAN Region: A Baseline Study

Labour migration is a global growing concern in the 21st century. In the ASEAN region, migrant workers form the backbone of the sprawling fishing industries of Thailand, the concrete jungles of Singapore and the lucrative plantations of Malaysia. They also traverse public-private boundaries to ‘maintain’ the smooth running of households, thus allowing their employers to […]

[Article] Citizenship Challenges in Myanmar’s Democratic Transition: Case Study of the Rohingya-Muslim

Citizenship Challenges in Myanmar’s Democratic Transition: Case Study of the Rohingya-Muslim Ahmad Suaedy (Abdurrahman Wahid Center) Muhammad Hafiz (Human Rights Working Group)   (the article published by Studia Islamika, ISSN: 0215-0492, e-ISSN: 2355-6145, Vol. 2, No. 1, 2015) Abstract As a part of the Myanmar transition to democracy, which began after the election in 2010, the […]

Indonesian CSOs Report in responding the LoI prior to the The International Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers

Please, download the report in the link below. Indonesian CSO’s Report on Migrant Workers Convention to CMW on 2017