Migrant Forum in Asia
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Latest Reports

Latest Reports
March 20, 2024The Justice for Wage Theft Campaign, now entering its fourth year, has been a steadfast response to the pervasive and enduring issue of wage theft that continues to afflict workers globally. Launched in recognition of the fundamental principle that every migrant must be justly compensated the due salaries and benefits owed to them urgently and… [...] Read more...
January 8, 2024  The Seasonal Worker Program(SWP) is a foreign employment permit policy in South Korea that has been in full force since 2017, following a pilot project in 2015 (Gwesan and Boeun counties) and 2016 (Gwesan, Boeun, Yanggu, and Danyang countires). The South Korea SWP is currently recruiting workers from Philippines, Nepal, Vietnam, Mongolia, Laos, Cambodia,… [...] Read more...
February 21, 2022Report: Crying Out for Justice: Wage Theft Against Migrant Workers during COVID-19, Volume 3 Migrant Forum in Asia releases the 3rd volume of its analysis report series, “Crying Out for Justice: Wage Theft Against Migrant Workers during COVID-19” This report is an analysis of the cases documented by MFA members and partners as part of… [...] Read more...
June 30, 2021Report: Crying Out for Justice: Wage Theft Against Migrant Workers during COVID-19 Volume 2 During the pandemic, migrant workers were recognised as being disproportionately affected despite being acknowledged as ‘essential workers’ in countries of destination that previously treated them as dispensable population within the workforce. Civil society, community and faith-based organisations and trade unions that… [...] Read more...
April 8, 2021Report: Crying Out for Justice: Wage Theft Against Migrant Workers during COVID-19 On 07 April 2021, Migrant Forum in Asia (MFA) virtually launched the analysis report, “Crying Out for Justice: Wage Theft Against Migrant Workers during COVID-19” as part of the Justice for Wage Theft campaign, which documented cases of wage theft from the period… [...] Read more...
July 9, 2020On 1 June 2020, a coalition of civil society organizations and trade unions launched an appeal for an “Urgent Justice Mechanism”, to address the plight of millions of migrant workers who have been repatriated or are awaiting repatriation as a result of pandemic-related job loss. The appeal called on governments to establish a transitional justice… [...] Read more...
April 27, 2020The current pandemic has caused wide-reaching changes in the economies and society of both countries of origin and destination. As governments slowly come to terms with lockdown measures through adaptive and dynamic policymaking, they are looking not only at the near future to address the immediate public health emergency and provide relief to the affected… [...] Read more...
October 8, 2019Irregular migration, as a concept, is complex and chock full of complicated circumstances and contexts. Afraid of the Light: Unmasking the Discourse on Irregular Migration and its Implications for Migration Governance in ASEAN aims to shed a light on the situation of undocumented migrant workers and to contribute to national and regional discourse on irregular… [...] Read more...

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MFA is a regional network of non-government organizations (NGOs), associations and trade unions of migrant workers, and individual advocates in Asia who are committed to protect and promote the rights and welfare of migrant workers.

It is guided by a vision of an alternative world system based on respect for human rights and dignity, social justice, and gender equity, particularly for migrant workers.

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