a civil society organization that was founded in 2004. Migrant CARE works to promote the dignified life of Indonesian migrant workers and their family members, respected by every nation and sovereign ideologically, politically, economically, socially, and culturally. Comes with a vision: The strength of the migrant worker's movement as part of a social movement to achieve global justice.
This study report is divided into five chapters. The first part contains an introduction that provides context regarding the urgency of discussing the intersectionality of the issue of migrant workers and the rights of...
Displacement and mobility are increasingly hot topics in considering environmental issues and global climate change. Likewise, the environment and climate change are increasingly common buzzwords amongst those concerned with migration, internal displacement and international...
Indonesia, July 29, 2020 - Ahead of the commemoration of the World Day Against Trafficking in Person Day which is celebrated on 30 July each year, Migrant CARE, Vivat Indonesia, Fahmina Institute, and the...
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