Policy Brief No. 3 and 4, 2021
South Asia Studies on Wage Theft
Last 18 July, MFA, together with the Refugee and Migratory Movements Research Unit (RMMRU) Bangladesh, The International Institute of Migration and Development (IIMAD) India, and the South Asia Regional Trade Union Council (SARTUC) Nepal, held the “South Asian Perspectives on Wage Theft and Access to Justice: A Virtual Launch of Wage Theft studies in Bangladesh, India, and Nepal” as part of the month-long celebration of the one-year anniversary of the Justice for Wage Theft campaign.
We are pleased to share with you the two policy briefs developed by the International Institute of Migration and Development (IIMAD), India and the Refugee and Migratory Movements Research Unit (RMMRU), Bangladesh, in partnership with Migrant Forum in Asia (MFA).
You may access both policy briefs through the link below:
INDIA – Policy Brief No. 3/August 2021, “Empty-handed and Demoralized: New Evidences of wage theft among Indian return migrants during COVID-19” : https://justiceforwagetheft.org/entity/6coz00v2td4?file=1629375412374ccn98v1rtsp.pdf&page=1
BANGLADESH – Policy Brief No. 4/August 2021, “Addressing systemic challenges of wage theft: Bangladeshi COVID returnees from the Gulf”: https://justiceforwagetheft.org/entity/nake3dedwja?file=1629375594003ta8w8m3y7jb.pdf