Migrant workers from the province have no bargaining power once they go with a recruiter and they are victims before they even start work, according to a human rights lawyer. Photo: Shutterstock Migrant workers from the province have no bargaining power once they go with a recruiter and they are victims before they even start work, according to a human rights lawyer. Photo: Shutterstock
Migrant workers from the province have no bargaining power once they go with a recruiter and they are victims before they even start work, according to a human rights lawyer. Photo: Shutterstock
Indonesia

‘It is modern-day slavery’: migrant workers from Indonesia’s East Nusa Tenggara face trafficking, abuse

  • The impoverished province is a recruiting ground for many migrant workers, including those who are moved illegally within Indonesia’s borders
  • Those seeking to return as they flee violence or exploitation turn to Antonious Remigius Abi, an ethics professor who also calls East Nusa Tenggara home

Topic |   Indonesia
Migrant workers from the province have no bargaining power once they go with a recruiter and they are victims before they even start work, according to a human rights lawyer. Photo: Shutterstock Migrant workers from the province have no bargaining power once they go with a recruiter and they are victims before they even start work, according to a human rights lawyer. Photo: Shutterstock
Migrant workers from the province have no bargaining power once they go with a recruiter and they are victims before they even start work, according to a human rights lawyer. Photo: Shutterstock
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