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Reality Check! Rights & Legislation for Migrant Domestic Workers across Asia

Reality Check! Rights & Legislation for Migrant Domestic Workers across Asia

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by IDWFED published Dec 31, 2011 12:00 AM
Contributors: CARAM Asia
This is a report about the latest situation and policies on migrant domestic workers in Bahrain, Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines and Thailand. The ILO Domestic Workers Convention supplemented by a Recommendation is included.

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Research reports, working paper

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Bahrain Background
Lack of Legal Protection
Mistreatment and Violence
Lack of Access to Justice
Human Trafficking
What have the government done?
The ILO Domestic Workers Convention supplemented by a Recommendation
Cambodia Background
What Rights Do MDWs Have?
Other policies to protect migrant domestic workers
The modus operandi of recruitment & placement
Cambodian Government's response to legislative protection
The ILO Domestic Workers Convention with Recommendation
Indonesia Background
Legislative framework that protects
Recruitment & Placement
What have the government done?
The ILO Domestic Workers Convention supplemented by a Recommendation
Malaysia Background
Legislative framework that protects
What have the government done?
The ILO Domestic Workers Convention supplemented by a Recommendation
Philippines Background
Government's response to violations
The modus operandi of recruitment & placement
How many layers of recruitment?
Legislative framework and other mechanisms/policies that protects MDWs
The ILO Domestic Workers Convention supplemented by a Recommendation
Thailand Background
Legislative framework that protects
The modus operandi of recruitment & placement
The ILO Domestic Workers Convention supplemented by a Recommendation
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