Some organisations who are championing the rights of Indonesian
migrants to have safe work in Malaysia
include: Bangladeshi migrants are often brought into Malaysia
as foreign workers in construction and other 3D
jobs, making them easy subjects to a slew of exploitation.
We can support ethical recruitment of Indonesian
migrants, report any cases of exploitation we may discover, and of course, be a lot kinder to our own domestic helpers.
Even though domestic help isn’t a 3D
migrants are still faced with abuse and exploitation.
There are better things we could be doing than threatening already-vulnerable communities, so some organisations that we can support to help the Rohingya
include: There are about 2.5 million low-wage Indonesian
workers in Malaysia, and most commonly, we’d find them working as domestic helpers.
is so glaringly obvious in many aspects of our country, whether it’s the system or its people, yet the ones in power do little to nothing to tackle this issue.