Two female migrant workers eat lunch on the outskirts of Beijing. Photo: Reuters Two female migrant workers eat lunch on the outskirts of Beijing. Photo: Reuters
Two female migrant workers eat lunch on the outskirts of Beijing. Photo: Reuters
Tomoko Nishimoto
Opinion

Opinion

Tomoko Nishimoto, Jeremy Douglas and Mohammad Naciri

Migration in Asia should be an opportunity for workers, not traffickers

  • Almost 25 million people are trapped in forced labour worldwide
  • Sixty-four per cent of them are in Asia and the Pacific

Two female migrant workers eat lunch on the outskirts of Beijing. Photo: Reuters Two female migrant workers eat lunch on the outskirts of Beijing. Photo: Reuters
Two female migrant workers eat lunch on the outskirts of Beijing. Photo: Reuters
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Mohammad Naciri

Mohammad Naciri

Mohammad Naciri is the Regional Director of the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women for Asia and the Pacific