This policy paper will focus only on shelters in receiving countries given there are different complex issues for those located in sending countries related to long-term reintegration. However it is important to note that wherever possible the development of a transnational relationship between shelters (and/or migrant rights CSOs) in sending and receiving countries can prove beneficial to migrant workers given the inter-relational nature of their problems.
To access the files related to this report, click the links below:
- Policy Brief No. 9: Providing Shelter for Distressed Migrant Workers: A Rights-Based Approach
- MWPS Shelter Consolidated Data Year 2015
- Full Report: Written Contribution of Migrant Forum in Asia to the UN Special Rapporteur on Violence against Women, its causes and consequences thematic report on shelters and protection orders