Migrant domestic workers, the forgotten "essential workers," are working longer hours and are being denied access to their families. By speaking up, they risk losing their jobs and status.
Singaporeans Are Divided Over a Company’s Plan to Transport Migrant Workers in Lorries That Look Like ‘Animal Cages’
Wooden partitions separated migrant workers into tiny cubicles.
Migrant Workers Forced to Walk 100 Miles During India's Lockdown Fell Asleep on Train Tracks — and Were Killed
Millions of migrant laborers have been stranded after India's government imposed a nationwide coronavirus lockdown with just hours of warning.
The Spike in Singapore’s Coronavirus Cases Reveals an Uncomfortable Truth About the Treatment of Migrant Workers
Singapore’s ‘invisible population’ now make up over half of the country’s COVID-19 cases.
India's sudden lockdown left millions of migrant workers stranded far from their home cities.
Singapore Pro Wrestling threw a show dedicated to Singapore's unsung heroes—its hard-working foreign laborers.
They issued a statement about improving workers' rights, but it has already been slammed as vague by a trade union.
Toddy, or palm wine, has lost popularity in Malaysia, where it's associated with lower class South Asian migrant laborers brought by the British in the colonial era.
We need jobs at home, not a moratorium that will push even more vulnerable Indonesians into the arms of people smugglers.
Will an incoming temporary foreign worker registry improve employment conditions, or push migrants out of the country?
The unveiling of 'Estamos Aquí' has been a catalyst for curiosity about the Latino community in Northeast Wisconsin.
"My Family's Slave," a controversial personal essay published in The Atlantic last week, brought the oft-ignored issue of domestic labor trafficking to national attention.