Poor protection blamed for repeated abuses of migrant workers
Elly Burhaini Faizal
The Jakarta Post
Indonesian migrant workers will always be vulnerable unless the government imposes strict policies to protect them throughout the whole process — from recruitment until their return from overseas employment.
When it was first reported that Satinah, a migrant worker from Ungaran, Semarang, Central Java, was to face the death penalty for killing her Saudi Arabian employer, the state’s res...
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